Tamani Muhammad Saeed, 38, from Tawahi, Aden
She said that she was a widow and a mother of four children. After her husband’s death, her husband’s family kicked her out of the house, and she lived every period in one of her relatives’ homes.
The doors of hope were closed to me, and in order to be able to provide food for my children, I began to learn to make incense and make small quantities of it at home and sell it to people I know. These quantities did not cover the minimum needs of me and my children.” She said
and she also said “when I was accepted in the livelihood improvement project implemented by Alatta for Relief and Development, I was able to develop my skills in manufacture of incense and perfumes, and after obtaining the financial grant, I was able to develop my project and produce larger quantities of incense in addition to buying and selling perfumes and was able to provide my needs and the needs of my children and with time I am confident That my project will develop further, and I will be able to rent a house for me and my children, and I will make them live a normal life and complete their studies, God willing.
I feel that my psyche has improved and my dealings with my children are much better than before. Even the children are regaining their self-confidence, and my happiness with my new project is positively reflected in their lives.