The community committee members of Shabwah governorate received a training course on the selection criteria of CFW & UCT activities and the beneficiaries

- الخميس, 28 يوليو, 2022

Under YFCA's vision of considering the local communities as an essential partner in achieving development as they are playing an important role in ensuring reaching the most vulnerable population and overcoming difficulties and challenges in the field, YFCA has conducted a training course for 40 members of the formed community committee  (17 females and 23 males) of Cash For Work (CFW) and Unconditional Cash Transfer (UCT) activities in  Ataq and Bayhan districts, Shabwah governorate. The 40 formed community committee members were nominated and elected from five targeted districts (Ursaylan, Beyhan, Markha Al-Sufla, Nisab, Jardan) of Shabwa Governorate.

The trainees were trained on various topics, including the objectives and activities of the project, the humanitarian standards and principles, and the criteria for selecting beneficiaries. As well as the mechanism for verifying beneficiaries, how to use the beneficiary selection form and how the verification process was carried out. Moreover, the training included practical aspects of using the survey tool to collect the selected beneficiaries’ information. At the end of the training, the committee members were handed copies of the data collection tool.

CFW and UCT activities are considered the most important activities of the WASH project and humanitarian food assistance for IDPs, host communities, returnees, and marginalized groups in six districts of Shabwah Governorate-Yemen. These activities were funded by the German Federal Foreign Ministry (AA) in partnership with Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe (DKH).

This training aims to:
• Understanding the importance and duties of the community committee within the food security and agriculture cluster criteria for selecting beneficiaries.
• Ability to prepare a preliminary list of beneficiaries from all neighborhoods of targeted districts.
• Utilize Hotline and complaints mechanism.
• Knowing how to reach and register the most vulnerable people.
• Understanding the mechanism of community observation and dealing with beneficiaries.
• Contribution in selecting targeted assets and beneficiaries, and working to overcome difficulties in the field.