#TheyCanSurvive#Yemen #TheyCanSurvive#Yemen Water bucket that people in Burra use to get water An inside view for one of Burra's Health Center


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Vetted since 2019
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SMEPS makes a contribution to the world through its developmental projects by supporting businesses in Yemen to grow and be resilient, creating thousands of sustainable jobs. Supporting MSMEs and linking development activities to humanitarian needs during crisis in Yemen by focusing on: Business Development Services Value Chain Studies Entrepreneurship

Projects (1)

Yemen / Physical Health
Project Leaders
SMEPS Communications
SMEPS Communications
Hussien AlQobi, Bassam Alaghbari, Salem Altashi, Rana Anwar, Osaina Bahaidan
Organization Information
Beuirt Street, Attan
Sana'a, Sana'a N/A
Organization Information
Beuirt Street, Attan
Sana'a, Sana'a N/A

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Aug 21, 2019
TheyCanSurvive 3rd Final Report
#TheyCanSurvive project is now in its final stage. Since the last disbursement we have received, we have contracted a data entry person to create an organized database for all the households who...
May 29, 2019
TheyCanSurvive 2nd Report/Update
We did it! Our first crowdfunding campaign of #TheyCanSurvive project with our partners Burra Association succeeded! We didn’t reach our target of collecting 11K but decided to start the...
Feb 25, 2019
TheyCanSurvive Progress Report/Update
Yemen is still considered as the worse humanitarian crisis. It’s been under war for about 5 years now. The deteriorated health services led to diseases outbreaks, especially cholera. On Dec 1st...
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