Young people in general suffer from difficult economic conditions that make many of them unable to achieve their goals and ambitions, for example, to continue university education.
There is another suffering that is even more painful. This is the suffering of young people with Thalassemia and other Hemoglobinopaties who combine disease and poverty and are more likely to drop out of university education because of their difficult and complex economic conditions in the event that they do not have any scientific or technical degree to provide them with jobs commensurate with their private health status in the labor market, which requires the possession of such qualifications to compete in light of the scarcity of jobs and the large number of graduates.
From this point on, the Association strives to nurture these young people and encourage them to continue the university qualification through the marketing of educational projects, through which we aim to obtain funding to ensure the youth of Thalassemia and the genetic blood enrolled in university education, which number 86 students from the secretariat of the capital Sana’a and its environs.
1. The inability of most young thalassemia and other Hemoglobinopaties to continue university education due to the difficult living conditions of their families.
2. Youth of thalassemia and other Hemoglobinopaties have a special health status that requires their assistance and enable them to obtain the appropriate university and technical qualifications for their future integration into the labor market.
3. Thalassemia and sickle cell anemia are more prone to lethargy and neglect, which affects them psychologically and healthily … and helping them to end university and technical education with a single ray of hope for their integration into society.