iEARN-Yemen was established in 2004 with the objective of positively impact the children and adolescents' concepts and attitude towards their own community and the world, to act as responsible, productive, and constructive Yemeni individuals as well as international citizens.
iEARN-Yemen is operating in ten governorates and has been working via various funds from different funding agencies such as the US Embassy, The Netherlands Embassy, Oxfam, MEPI, the US Department of State, Save the Children, … etc. Many sub-projects were carried out under iEARN-Yemen such as “Learning for Active Citizenship", "Yemeni Youth Voices", "Youth Learning for Change" in which Adolescents are trained, besides iEARN, on Essential Life Skills, Conflict Resolution, Active Citizenship and finally Community-based Projects design and management. In these projects, the participating adolescents then design, implement and manage community service projects where they work as change makers and social agents to serve their community.
Recent News & Events
In February 2017, iEARN-Yemen hosted three workshops in four governorates as part of Bridge Program. 23 teachers from four regions joined the workshop and they were introduced to the International Education and Resource Network (iEARN). All participants became members of iEARN and collaborated with the peers who joined the network in the previous years.Read More
In October 2016 iEARN-Yemen hosted three workshops in three governorates (Sana’a – Alhudaidah – Hadramout) as part of the BRIDGE Program. 11 teachers from 3 governorates joined the workshop and they were introduced to the International Education and Resource Network (iEARN).Read More