Thus far, our project has reached all the students in the Media/Communications department of Sanaa University and has involved other students. Sanaa University has 16 colleges. Each month, we publish 1000 copies. In October, we will publish 4000 copies. We hope that youth from all around Yemen will benefit from having an official paper for them
How do you engage and impact the community?
As stated before, we will engage the youth by encouraging them through competitions and by using their own publications to write for the paper, and by using articles and features that are important to Yemeni youth, and that their peers have written, we will get them interested in the publication and read more about it. In that way, we will be able to share our ideas and give them a way to share theirs. We will also inform them of the various opportunities available to them throughout Yemen, whether it is training courses or scholarships or other sorts of information that are useful to them.
How do you measure this impact?
We will measure this with our readership, how many issues we sell, and also how many contributors we have to the paper. We will also see if our paper is changing attitudes and mentalities by the editorial section, which will be open to youth to write their opinions.