Echo Foundation for construction and Development (SFBD) held a ceremony Saturday to honor the women's Group of civil work pioneers in Hajjah Governorate, coinciding with the celebration of International Woman's Day. The ceremony, organized under the patronage of the governor of Hajjah al-Sufi Governorate, in coordination with the national Authority for the management and coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, was held at the temporary headquarters of the General Library at Al Nasr Educational Complex, in the presence of the provincial undersecretary for culture and information Adel Shali, and the Director general of the National Authority for Management and coordination Humanitarian affairs (Namcha) Mr. Alan Virtues, director of the Women Development Department, Bashaer al-Charfi, and National Women's Committee official Hanan Shiban. The Secretary general of Echo Naseem al-Khugrass Foundation said that the event was aimed at honoring a group of female activists who proved their existence with successes that had an impact on society in both educational and vocational fields, or community services through their participation in national civil society institutions. And international. She spoke about the situation of Yemeni women in general and was affected by the war at several levels, citing figures and statistics from UN reports and international human rights institutions. In her speech, the Secretary-General urged the United Nations to put pressure on the major powers to stop the sale of arms to countries of the Arab Alliance, Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and to immediately stop the war in Yemen. The Echo Foundation honored a number of women activists with certificates of thanks and appreciation for their efforts in the service of the community. On the sidelines of the event, activists were given an opportunity to talk about the stories of the struggle and the ways of success and overcome the difficulties they faced, where a symposium entitled "The Impact of war economically and socially on Yemeni women" was held. Hanan Shiban, the National Commission for Women, participated in a paper on the effects of the economic situation on women, while Nora Ahdal of the Intersos organization spoke of a paper on the social effects of the war, before congratulating Hassan, the officer of the Nutrition project in Vision Hope International, the final paper of the Symposium on The status of women in local and international organizations and institutions. Adel Shali, a conservative undersecretary in his speech, praised the importance of reviving the effectiveness of International Women's Day, thanking the Echo Foundation for its beautiful gesture, reminding the reality of Yemeni women as the most important and the most vulnerable group, especially in conflict zones and aerial targeting by the Arab coalition airlines led by Saudi Arabia on Yemeni border towns with Saudi Arabia. He touched on the suffering, which was not monitored by camera lenses and was not written by the pens of the human press, calling for women to be given positions at senior management levels. The virtues of the Director General (Namcha) in Hajjah Governorate expressed his happiness with the initiative of ECHO Foundation to commemorate International Women's Day and its echo in the context of development and institutional strengthening, pointing to important points and pillars on the importance of women's role and leadership in society. The event concluded with a poem by poet Ali Hasan and Habban before the celebrations ended with the distribution of testimonies to women activists and leaders from various government institutions and local and international organizations.