Education  Yemen Project #37996

Friendly spaces for children affected by war

by youth for homeland (YFH)
Friendly spaces for children affected by war
Friendly spaces for children affected by war
Friendly spaces for children affected by war
Friendly spaces for children affected by war
we have received 10% of the budget which is $60000", so we will start the implementation of the project  next Oct for 10% number targeted. Thank you to all donors. The number of children targeted is 100 children Project activity varies: games, mental activities, community participation. Children in Yemen suffer from the psychological and physical consequences of war. There is no respite for them to live normally. We seek to create a friendly and safe environment for children to enjoy their normal lives, where they find pleasure, play and learning away from the unhealthy climate of their growth. Coordination will be carried out with relevant government agencies and civil society organizations specialized in this field in order to benefit from the expertise and come up with the best results of the project

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Due to the lack of funding "only 2.3% we have received, the budget is $60000", we will postpone the implementation of the project until next June. Thank you to all donors. The number of children targeted is 100 children Project activity varies: games, mental activities, community participation. Children in Yemen suffer from the psychological and physical consequences of war. There is no respite for them to live normally. We seek to create a friendly and safe environment for children to enjoy their normal lives, where they find pleasure, play and learning away from the unhealthy climate of their growth. Coordination will be carried out with relevant government agencies and civil society organizations specialized in this field in order to benefit from the expertise and come up with the best results of the project

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Due to the lack of funding "only 1.8% we have received, the budget is $60000", we will postpone the implementation of the project until next June. Thank you to all donors. The number of children targeted is 100 children Project activity varies: games, mental activities, community participation. Children in Yemen suffer from the psychological and physical consequences of war. There is no respite for them to live normally. We seek to create a friendly and safe environment for children to enjoy their normal lives, where they find pleasure, play and learning away from the unhealthy climate of their growth. Coordination will be carried out with relevant government agencies and civil society organizations specialized in this field in order to benefit from the expertise and come up with the best results of the project

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Due to the lack of funding "only 1% we have received, the budget is $60000", we will postpone the implementation of the project until next June. Thank you to all donors. The number of children targeted is 100 children Project activity varies: games, mental activities, community participation. Children in Yemen suffer from the psychological and physical consequences of war. There is no respite for them to live normally. We seek to create a friendly and safe environment for children to enjoy their normal lives, where they find pleasure, play and learning away from the unhealthy climate of their growth. Coordination will be carried out with relevant government agencies and civil society organizations specialized in this field in order to benefit from the expertise and come up with the best results of the project

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Due to the lack of funding "only 0.7% we have received, the budget is $60000", we will postpone the implementation of the project until next June. Thank you to all donors. The number of children targeted is 100 children Project activity varies: games, mental activities, community participation. Children in Yemen suffer from the psychological and physical consequences of war. There is no respite for them to live normally. We seek to create a friendly and safe environment for children to enjoy their normal lives, where they find pleasure, play and learning away from the unhealthy climate of their growth. Coordination will be carried out with relevant government agencies and civil society organizations specialized in this field in order to benefit from the expertise and come up with the best results of the project

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youth for homeland (YFH)

Location: sanaa - Yemen
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Project Leader:
abdullah alsuraihi
sanaa, Yemen
$6,274 raised of $60,000 goal
 
34 donations
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