Providing nurses at Amran General Hospital with training on nursery skills to improve the hospital overall service delivery
“The lack of water in my village caused my family and I to suffer from dehydration as the nearest source of water is about 3 kilometers away from our house. It takes me about four hours to walk across very rugged roads and return”
Ms. Samia, 32 years old whose family has been adversely affected due to the ongoing conflict and war. Samia and family was dependent on her father’s salary which was discontinued after his sudden demise.
“Some people lose their lives just because they can’t afford their medical treatment,”
Water Reservoir in Arrah village, in Amran, Providing Clean Water, Preventing Diseases and Protecting Lives. Funded & Supported by World Bank Implemented by Public Works Project in Yemen
Embraced by the mountains of Sharess district, the village of Al-Qaranat, is a typical countryside that is beautiful, quiet and remote, but like most Yemeni villages, it lacked necessary basic services, until its people took matters into their own hands.
Mohammed is one of hundreds of thousands of Yemeni youth struggling to find jobs. Besides being the poorest country in the Middle East with the unemployment rate standing at 31 percent, the ongoing conflict has further worsened an already dire economic condition and pushed youth into despair.

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26 Million

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0.20

Poverty rate

2,300

GNI per capita (2011)

0.482

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