Development House completed training of sixty activists and journalists in the digital security skills

On Monday 10th December 2012, Development House (DH) concluded the 8th training workshop about digital security, which lasted for 3 days for a number of activists and journalists within the program of Digital Security, which began its activities during the period between September to December 2012 in collaboration with Aswat – a program funded by the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI). 

“By end of this workshop, the program has completed training nearly sixty trainees” Mr. Nabil Al-Khadher, the program coordinator has stated in a closing statement. “The training provided the trainees with the concepts, information and skills on how to deal safely with various technology tools as part of DH programs which aimed to promote, and provide opportunities and resources; and capacity building for youth and organizations”. 

Mr. Al-Khadher has renewed his call for those interested – Youth and organizations – to send their applications via e-mail to, which will ensure they will be targeted in upcoming programs. 

It is worth mentioning that the Development House is a non-governmental organization established to respond to civil society needs for supporting, organizational capacity building, and promoting resources and opportunities. DH provides training and consultation services for individuals and organizations through plenty of training programs, which respond to the needs of the civil society and strengthen its role. DH considers itself the first organization which specialized in New Media “Web 2.0” in Yemen. Further, DH aims to be the pioneer in empowering organizations to play their role.
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