WFP Delegation Reviews Progress of “My Skills My Livelihood” Project

A delegation from the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) has been briefed on the progress of the second “My Skills My Livelihood” Project to support families of orphans in Marib Governorate, Yemen, being funded by King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief).

The delegation has also been briefed on the project’s activities, the implementation plan and the criteria for selecting the beneficiaries, as well as the impressions of the beneficiaries.

The delegation expressed its admiration for the training services being provided by KSrelief to support families of orphans. “My Skills My Livelihood” Project aims to create economic opportunities for orphans and their families by training 500 beneficiaries in eight professional fields. The project will be concluded by providing resources and equipment needed for establishing small projects.