Two years ago I would not have dreamt of applying to work as volunteer. For 17 years I lived in the rural city of Dhamar which has been taken by conservative, intolerant and religious movements. One’s dream would only revolve around money, marriage and children. Being in Dhamar is like a black-and-white movie where human’s potential is only reduced to production and reproduction. Moving to Sana’a the capital of Yemen was a big step to me. I applied for the Access program and, fortunately, was accepted to study at AMIDEAST Sana’a. This was a big challenge for me: Leaving my immature dreams behind to travel to the unknown only for volunteer and study English. However, soon I realized that this was a life-time opportunity which allowed me an ‘access’ to a new world full of colors, flavors and most importantly possibilities. Before I traveled to the United State to participate in volunteering program I volunteered inside and outside AMIDEAST in Yemen. I worked as volunteer with Save the Children, a Swedish organization concerned with children’s welfare. And now I have my own Foundation which calls Youth community service and volunteers (YCV).