Help to Build a Caravan/House for Displaced Family in Yemen

Help to Build a Caravan/House for Displaced Family in Yemen

From Zakarya Shaalan

We are building 5 housing units in Marib-Yemen. The idea of the project is summarized in a caravan. Each caravan contains two bedrooms, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a friendly space next to the caravan in order to reli...

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Every child and his Family deserve to live in safe place called home. Support this campaign to help us build caravans/houses for displaced families in Yemen.

What we are doing

We are building 5 housing units in Marib-Yemen. The idea of the project is summarized in a caravan. Each caravan contains two bedrooms, a kitchen, a bathroom, and a friendly space next to the caravan in order to relieve the burden of the displaced people who was cut off from his family and money due to the ongoing conflicts.

Why it matters?

We belief that every child deserves to live in a safe place. This will help to provide shelter and contribute to reduce the suffering of poor and displaced families who are heavily loaded by debt, displacement and poverty.

The phases of the project

  • - Two bedrooms sized 3*3
  • - One kitchen sized 3*3
  • - One bathroom sized 2*1.5
  • - A friendly space sized 7*4

How its going to help

- Provide shelter and safe homes

- Provide security, control, belonging, identity, and privacy for the poor families and refugees.

- Protect displaced family from the fluctuations of the weather (cold, wind, and heat)

- Provide a well equipped and modern house with two bedrooms, a kitchen, and a friendly space.

What we have done

Alhamdulillah currently we have built 60 housing units for 300 homeless people which will help them to stay protected and feel safe in their new home. The Yemen International Agency for Development still working on this project and targeting another 40 housing units. We believe that together we can make it better and help the remining families to stay in a better place rather than being homeless.

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