the activities of its centers in Sana'a, Aden Taiz and Hodeidah.
Nov 28, 2015 – YNEXT concluded it project for emergency humanitarian communication, relief and human rights in Sana'a, Aden Taiz and Hodeidah. The project, which lasted for 5 months in partnership with the Yemeni Network for Human Rights and ADWAR YNEXT concluded it project for emergency humanitarian communication,
relief and human rights in Sana'a, Aden Taiz and Hodeidah. The project, which lasted for 5 months in partnership with the Yemeni Network for Human Rights and ADWAR organization for Youth Development, was an endeavor financed by Open Tech Foundation. Because of the recurring internet blockage and the permanent power outage, the YNEXT emergency centers had been providing free telecommunication and internet access for the activists and journalist. The centers, in coordination with UN and IRC, provided humanitarian services by connecting stranded people and those who have lost contact with their relatives in the war-ridden governorates. Mr. Adli Al-Kharasni, the executive director of YNEXT, confirmed that within the lifespan of the project the emergency centers provided electronic communications for activists and journalists, to facilitate the monitoring and documenting the humanitarian, relief and human rights cases. He pointed that the centers received about 3200 activists and leaders of youth and students initiatives, as well as those who are interested in relief and humanitarian activities in general. YNEXT is a non-governmental, non-profitable organization, specialized in providing urgent technical and telecommunications services and providing places for activists and humanitarians to carry out their work without interruption. It also trains activists on digital security and raise their awareness on the principles of human rights and democracy and trains them on leading awareness-raising campaign and humanitarian and human rights monitoring Established in June 1, 2015, YNEXT launched four emergency centers for communication solutions in governorates of Sana'a, Aden, Hodeidah and Taiz. The centers are prepared with telecommunications equipments and internet services which are immune to blockage or power outage.