We are a non-governmental organization founded in 2011 with a mission to empower Yemen’s civil society by enhancing partnership, accountability, capacity, impact, and influence. Our vision is to ensure that the interests and rights of Yemeni people – regardless of their gender, age, disability, social or economic background – are at the center of social, economic and political development. efforts in Yemen.
Partnering with all civil society components to flaming the power of togetherness, enhance principles and approaches of social development and maximize opportunities, capacities, voices and resources.
Strengthen civil society’s human and institution development internally, enabling impact and accountability external by partnership approach and sharing knowledge and complementarities of skills.
We believe in social development as a component leading to sustainable development, which aims at improving the human well-being in the society. This cannot be achieved without investing in people.
Itar has worked with wide range of NGOs including :
THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY IN PEACEBUILDING IN YEMEN (BRIEF)
This Brief focuses on the contributions of Yemeni civil society to six core areas central to supporting sustainable peace: the economy, politics, culture and society, security and justice, education, and the environment.
CARE Gender and Conflict Analysis Taiz and Aden Governorates, Republic of Yemen.
The findings of the study are expected to inform the design and implementation of the humanitarian response, early-recovery interventions, and long-term programming for CARE Yemen, as well as act as a key resource for the wider humanitarian community in Yemen and, where relevant, within the region, to ensure that women, men, boys’ and girls’ needs and aspirations are recognised and addressed.