The SDF provided multi-sectoral and integrated life-saving humanitarian support to people in need in Mabyan and Hajjah Districts, Hajjah Governorate, which is funded by ZOA. This project was aimed at supporting the most vulnerable people through the provision of emergency humanitarian assistance and services which mainly focus on food security, livelihood and WASH in the targeted areas. At first, the food security helps the vulnerable households create their own gardens by utilizing from the seeds and materials provided by SDF for each HH. Then, the SDF selected vulnerable households to engage in Cash for Work to promote their livelihood and create community assets for the conflict/war affected communities like rehabilitation of roads, agricultural lands and wells. Last, WASH activities were undertaken in the targeted areas through selecting vulnerable households for water filters, hygiene kits, rainwater rooftops and household latrines. Also, WASH rehabilitation for a school and health facility and water schemes, including hygiene campaigns. As a result of these interventions, awareness on hygiene for the targeted communities raised, 1000 students benefitted from WASH services provided in one school in Bait Algezi sub-district, Hajjah district, 1050 persons in Bait Algezi sub-district, Hajjah district, and Almaraheba sub-district, Mabyan district, benefitted from gardening and the livelihood of 250 households promoted through the participation in Cash for Work in Bait Algezi sub-district, Hajjah district, and Almaraheba sub-district, Mabyan district.
To focus fully on the goals of sustainable
development and humanitarian response.