The Poets 

 
 

Khalida
al-Nasiri

(B. 1986) is a poet from Sana’a. She holds a degree in Arabic literature from Sana’a University. Khalida’s poems in the project represented the voices of Yemenis against the intervention of Saudi in Yemeni matters.


Naji
Atiah

(B. 1994) is a poet from Aden. He currently lives in Aden where he is obtaining a degree in Architecture from the University of Aden. Naji’s poems in the project represented the voices of the Southern Yemenis.


Mohammed al-Yousfi

(B. 1992) is a poet from Taiz. He currently lives in Sana’a, where he works as a magazine editor. He holds a degree in Media Communications from the University of Sana’a (2016). Mohammed’s poems in the project represented the voices of the Northern Yemenis.

 

 

Reem
al-Shamiry

(B. 1993) is a poet from Taiz. She currently lives in Sana’a, where she works as a designer. She holds a degree in graphic design from the Lebanese international University (2015). Reem’s poems represented in the project the voices of Yemeni women in times of war and conflict.



Aisha
al-Jaedy

(B. 1998) is a poet from Hadramout. She currently lives in Hadramout where she works as a cultural administrator while obtaining a degree in Law from Hadramout University. Aisha’s poems represented in the project the voices of Yemeni women in times of war and conflict.


Jala’a
Abdullah

(B. 1992) is a poet from Sana’a. She currently lives in Sana’a and works as a dentist. She holds a degree in Dentistry from Sana’a University (2016). Jala’s poems in the project represented the voices of young Yemeni’s message to the elder generation.


 

 

Manal
al-Adawi

(B. 1988) is a poet from Sana’a. She lives in Sana’a and works as an English language teacher. She holds a degree in Business Management from Sana’a University (2013). Manal’s poems in the project represented the voices of young Yemeni’s message to the elder generation.


Omran
Mesbah

(B. 1998) is a poet born and raised in Mukala, where she lives currently.  She holds a degree in Information Technology from Hadramout University. Doaa’s poems in the project represented the voices of the religious Yemeni person.


Doaa
Saeed

(B. 1995) is a poet from Taiz. He currently lives in Sana’a. He is obtaining a degree in Business Management from Sana’a University and is expected to graduate in 2020. Omran’s poems in the project represented the voices of the modern ‘non-religious’ Yemeni person.


 
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