What We Do

Preventing Conflict

Since its establishment in 1970, HSACF has contributed profoundly in fighting hanger all over the Republic of Yemen within the 22 governorates by delivering food assistance to the most vulnerable households. Over 50 years, HSACF has targeted populations in dire need of food assistance around Yemen. For example, in the last five years (2015-2019) HSACF has distributed around 315,329 food baskets in all governorates of Yemen.

Food Security

Since its establishment in 1970, HSACF has contributed profoundly in fighting hanger all over the Republic of Yemen within the 22 governorates by delivering food assistance to the most vulnerable households. Over 50 years, HSACF has targeted populations in dire need of food assistance around Yemen. For example, in the last five years (2015-2019) HSACF has distributed around 315,329 food baskets in all governorates of Yemen.

Livelihood

For a long period, HSACF has encouraged environmental awareness by incorporating climate change and natural resources management. For that purposes, HSACF has improved communities’ knowledge of sound agricultural methods suitable to the regional landscape, cultural needs and environmental concerns. One of HSACF’s goals is to create communities that can produce nutritious food for themselves in an appropriate manner.

Fragility Mapping in Yemen

The health program in HSACF provided assistance for 40,471 patients. This support is provided through supporting medical health facilities (HF) by Medicine, medical equipment and operational expenses. Healthy communities are one of the most necessities in life and it is our goal to promote access to health services in those areas, which lack basic health services.

Health Services

The health program in HSACF provided assistance for 40,471 patients. This support is provided through supporting medical health facilities (HF) by Medicine, medical equipment and operational expenses. Healthy communities are one of the most necessities in life and it is our goal to promote access to health services in those areas, which lack basic health services.

Health Centers

HSACF established tens of health centers in rural and urban areas of Yemen. Health Grants is one of the most important components of the health assistance program that is provided for certain low-income and needy people. It is the largest program providing medical and health-related services to the poorest people--including children, the elderly, blind, and/or disabled who are in need of health care assistance.

WASH

To alleviate Yemenis suffering, HSACF provides assistance to ensure accessibility to clean and safe water through rehabilitating/constructing boreholes, wells and providing water equipment, e.g. hand pumps. Due to the escalated conflict in the last five years, HSACF has supported the vulnerable HHs by delivering water trucking project in Taiz, Sana’a, Aden and Alhudaydah governorates by more than (1,273,280,000) liter of clean water.

Sanitation

Most people around Yemen lack access to safe drinking water. To alleviate Yemenis suffering, HSACF provides assistance to ensure accessibility to clean and safe water through rehabilitating/constructing boreholes, wells and providing water equipment, e.g. hand pumps. HSACF aims at providing sustainable, long-term solutions to these vulnerable communities.

Water Provision

HSACF also supports sanitation services both in urban cities and in schools as well HFs. Due to the escalated conflict in the last five years, HSACF has supported the vulnerable HHs by delivering water trucking project in Taiz, Sana’a, Aden and Alhudaydah governorates by more than (1,273,280,000) liter of clean water.

Building Livelihood

From 2015 until now, we started the rehabilitation of 12 schools in Taiz affected by the recent conflict. In addition to the hard work in providing educational opportunities, HSACF has various projects in youth rehabilitation through programs of summer training courses for example; secondary school students (200) students, and the vocational education training in Taiz governorate schools (200) students in partnership with GIZ.

School Construction

HSACF has given a priority to the education within most governorates of Yemen. To build national capacity, HSACF has contributed tangibly by building schools in villages that have historically lacked schooling. For example, HSACF has built more than 100 schools in Taiz, Aden, Hodeida, Hadramout, and Sana’a. HSACF prioritizes building schools in villages that are known for out-of-school children, especially fameless or learn in huts, under trees, or walk miles to neighboring villages

Scholarships

HSACF Scholarships have supported approximately (2,521) male and female university students in the last 5 years. HSACF Scholarships is an annual program that grant excellent students to pursue their academic education (BA. MA - PhD) in the world's top universities and in Yemeni Universities as well, focusing on majors that are required by the labor market

Advocacy

Cash assistance helps families meet their basic needs for well-being and safety and serves as their path to self-sufficiency. Cash Assistance provided to the needy households with children under 5 years old or pregnant and lactating women/PLWs. Until now, HSACF provided monthly cash assistance for more than 31,843 families in different governorates of Yemen.

Cash Assistance

Cash assistance helps families meet their basic needs for well-being and safety and serves as their path to self-sufficiency. The Cash Assistance program provides temporary cash benefits and supportive services to the neediest Yemeni families. Until now, HSACF provided monthly cash assistance for more than 31,843 families in different governorates of Yemen.

Comities Dialogues

Emergency relief is one of the goals of the foundation to save the lives of the needy populations by providing food assistance and medical aid to victims of conflict and natural disasters. It reduces losses of assets of people from becoming a long-term suffering. HSACF provided its emergency relief to more than (2,582,180) needy families in various areas in Yemen.

Relief Assistance

Emergency relief is one of the goals of the foundation to save the lives of the needy populations by providing food assistance and medical aid to victims of conflict and natural disasters. With these emergency relief projects, HSACF contributes to save lives of people and provide non-food items as a temporary solution. HSACF provided its emergency relief to more than (2,582,180) needy families in various areas in Yemen.