Distance Education: Overcoming all Challenges to Build Business Skills and a Brighter Future

These Yemenis remained committed to improve their livelihoods, despite limited electricity, telecommunications and internet.

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Alawi, 32, charges his mobile phone using solar energy, as he participates in business skills training | Photo Credits: UNDP Yemen/2020
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Alawi, 32, wanders along a dirt path in search of better mobile phone coverage | Photo Credits: UNDP Yemen/2020
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Majdi carries his papers and his phone in search of a comfortable place to start online training with his classmates | Photo Credits: UNDP Yemen/2020
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Majdi, 34, leans against the exterior walls of his home to get better mobile coverage and join his classmates on WhatsApp, and Abdulrahman charges his phone on his motorbike, ready to join his classmates for online training | Photo Credits: UNDP Yemen/2020
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The beautiful, mountainous region of Sarar makes everyday life more difficult for Yemenis living here | Photo Credits: UNDP Yemen/2020

UNDP Yemen

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‏‏شعوب متمكنة، أمم صامدة -الحساب الرسمي لبرنامج الأمم المتحدة الإنمائي في المنطقة العربية. UNDP official account in the Arab States

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