BCFHD concluded the activities of the kick-off workshop on the project of improving access to education in Al-Wazi’ah district and Livelihoods for Fishermen’s HHs in Mocha, which were held for two days in Taizz and Mocha.
Riad Sallam, the project manager, explained that the workshop targeted the relevant authorities and project staff. About 16 individuals in Taiz and 14 individuals in Mocha participated in it.
He pointed out that the workshop aimed to introduce the project and its activities and scope of work, in addition the period for each activity. As well as to provide the project staff with additional knowledge and skills in the mechanisms of implementing the activities of livelihood and education projects, and guarantee the application of appropriate standards for the success of the project.
Mr.Sallam stressed that the project will target 500 fishermen’s HHs in Mocha, in addition it will support education in 32 schools in Al-Wazi’ah district through various activities.
He mentioned that the project is funded by (YHF), pointing the importance of organizations’ intervention in providing services and projects for the fishermen category and supporting education, especially in the current situation.