The National Forum for Human Rights is a non-governmental human rights organization, works to spread awareness of a culture of human rights, and NFHR works in the field of public health in the community, providing many services to individuals and institutions to ensure better health and a stable life, and During the period: April 2007 – June 2023, the National Forum implemented (32) projects and programs that targeted (22) Yemeni governorates, during which (64) training courses were implemented with (1783) participants, in addition to (119) expanded and field meetings with (32540) participants, and (26) symposiums were carried out with the participation of (1549) participants, and (19) awareness and educational campaigns have been implemented. NFHR provides training and other services related to occupational safety and health, security and protection, emergency management, and environmental studies and assessments. These are performed by national and international trainers, in strict compliance with national regulations. NFHR aims to further strengthen and train disaster first responders on floods, earthquakes and other hazards. NFHR is framing its activities within relevant policies for Disaster, Preparedness to respond to disasters is critical as most of Yemen’s population faces the risk of flooding, as climate change continues to affect farming communities, and they are frequently exposed to serious stress, loss and trauma, whether as a result of food insecurity, unemployment, cholera, arbitrary detention, torture or attacks, or the ongoing conflict in Yemen.
NFHR works in the field of public health in the community, providing many services to individuals and institutions to ensure better health and a stable life. The most important of these areas are the following:
In the future, they will also work to improve health by protecting the atmosphere from pollution, healthy housing, planning cities and villages, combating insects and mice, and disposing of waste and garbage.
Their needs are to continue to grow in order to reach more members, create better networks among our members and build ecosystems, to ensure the continued availability of essential health services and the protection of health systems; helping people cope with adversity through social protection and basic services; Protecting jobs and supporting small and medium enterprises and informal sector workers through humanitarian response programmes. They also focus on being part of regional, national and international e-health development networks, and are also part of many projects and programs funded by BHA/USAID, ECHO, EU, FCDO, UN, YHF/OCHA, GAC, and donors. Other humanity.