We just received a video of the Tharawan refugee camp (see underneath). Ever since the start of the school year in the autumn of 2020, the number of children attending school (in tents) has doubled…
In Khadija Al Salami’s heart-breaking documentary “Yemen: Kids and war ”, this little girl, who lost all her family when her home was bombed, moved us to tears. What has become of her?
Some one hundred children will be able to attend school in Yemen for one year thanks to the support of the Principality of Monaco and Sciences Po Paris in Menton!
This fund-raising evening on behalf of Yemen was a fantastic Christmas present for our association, organised by the Association FORUM POUR DEMAIN and Mr Besson, ex-Attaché of the Armed Forces in Yemen.
We have just received the exceptional support of the Lions Club Genève-Lac, providing us with sufficient funds to send 75 young Yemeni girls to school for 12 years!
Reiterating once again its support for the humanitarian work of Khadija Al Salami, the International Association of Lawyers presented to the world’s top lawyers her film.
Two screenings of the film in Luxembourg schools heightened the awareness of 500 students to international issues, and raised funds for My Future Yemen.
Amina, aged 14, was wrongfully accused of murdering her husband and sentenced to death. To defend her, Khadija Al-Salami hid in her prison, and managed to ensure the young girl’s pardon by President Abdallah Al-Salih.
To help to understand the situation of children in war-torn Yemen, we invite you to watch or watch again below the film that Mrs Al Salami shot in Sana’a.
A fund-raising event on behalf of My Future Yemen, organised by the Ministry of Justice, the National Council of Bars, and the International Association of Lawyers, before a prestigious audience.