Survey on the traditional tools used to settle disputes in Yemen, including tools used by women which may be used in future; and the extent to which women are affected by disputes and obstacles related to women’s engagement in settling disputes.
Youth Leadership Development Foundation (YLDF) is a non-governmental non-profit organization, located in Sana’a capital city of Yemen. YLDF was founded (1998) to support youth in voicing their opinions and needs, and participating in Yemen’s development, especially underprivileged and female youth. Youth represents a wide base in the demographic pyramid of Yemen,
yet they play a small role in decision making processes and have a minor contribution to the economy. This project generally aims to represent the needs and voices of women affected by conflict In Yemen at the local, national and international levels to ensure inclusive peace building processes, and ensure gender mainstreaming through initiatives that enhance the effectiveness of civil society and local level.
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