Continued commitment to change

Although Nada is working hard on continuing her own education and traveling to promote awareness of, and support for, humanitarian issues in Yemen. In keeping with her mission she continues to post videos online broadening the influence of her vision for safe childhood in Yemen and around the world.

If a child is in threat of being forcibly married what steps are taken?

Child contacts the Nada Foundation The child may contact the Nada Foundation directly or speak with an ally in her family to contact the Foundation on her behalf. We communicate with Security Forces The Nada Foundation team will then communicate with the police that a child is being forced into marriage and initiate legal action […]

Working with the Minister of Human RIghts

Through the support of Dr. Mohamed Askar, Nada joined the government delegation to Europe in 2018. Nada participated in events concerning childhood in global forums, communicating to international organizations the needs and issues faced by children in Yemen.

Nada Foundation gets support in Kuwait

Nada gained the support of Dr. Abdullah Al-matooq, the personal advisor of his Highness the Crown Prince of Kuwait and the Minister of Awqaf. In the meeting Dr. Al-matooq expressed admiration and encouragement for Nada’s work in amplifying the voice of children around the world, promising to assist the Nada Foundation in humanitarian efforts.

Support from Yemen’s Political Figures

Persistence pays off as Nada’s work is embraced by the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Abdul Malik Mikhlafi. Through Dr. Mikhlafi’s logistical support Nada has been able to travel to International conferences to convey her message to the world.

Prime Minister calls Nada an “Icon of Yemen”

Upon meeting with the Prime Minister Dr. Ahmed Obeid bin Daghr, Nada was able to convey the suffering of Yemeni children and offer up suggestions for ways to help. She was able to impress the Prime Minister with the urgent need to legally ban child marriage, domestic violence and forms of wartime exploitation, earning her […]