Since 2006, Yemen has ranked last in the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap (145 out of 145 countries in 2015).Prior to the conflict CARE and other organizations made positive progress in addressing the inequalities facing Yemeni women and girls working particularly on women and girls’ empowerment and preventing gender-based violence.
then he must give the person who's gonna represent him power of attorney to sign and attend and apply on his behalf for that approval.5- the man or his representer write a letter to the mister of Interior in Sanaa and wait for his reply and orders on that letter. enjoy now you are religiously and legally married ......
if you are reverted to Islam you also must get Islamic certification from the mosque" Masjed" you became Muslim in this for later use also in part 2- you have to meet her family to propose to her and bring either your family or in case you don't bring some well known respected people to support you and be like your referral ..it's like you have people her family can get back to them when they need to ask about you ..- if they approved you you will be asked about why you want to marry her and how she gonna live with you and where ..
can you support her what's your qualifications,so many questions it's kind of investigation ^_^ - after that the the Dowry " Maher" the Gold the wedding costs : you should know that the Dowry it depends on the family and what area but won't be less than 5000$ 3000$ for the wedding cost(minimum according to my opinion ) Part 2 : the marriage approval ( permission to get married )there are a lot of procedures the woman and the man must completed in order to legalize their marriage and also the do the religion Islamic marriage - the woman side :1- passport Id birth certificate Id photos2- approval of her her father or brother any man of her relatives that is responsible of her to represent her and they must get that approval from the court close to their area.
OVERVIEW There is an increasingly desperate situation for women and girls across most aspects of life in Yemen.
This is further compounded by gaps in the response to their needs.