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Cash Assistance for Safe Relocation of Households Affected by the Conflict in Hodeida

The project provides frontline village households with a one-time cash assistance to enable their safe relocation.  


Emergency Mine Action

The project activities are expected to reduce the risk of disaster; and prepare communities in Yemen to cope with the presence and negative effects of explosives.  


Enhanced Rural Resilience in Yemen

The project helps rural people and communities in Yemen to better cope with crises, risks and shocks.  


Training 25 YEMAC staff: Positively impacting safety and security in Yemen

Impacting safety and security in Yemen by providing training to YEMAC  


Through KSA and UAE funding, UNDP provides life-changing programming

In March 2018, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates provided USD $930 million in support of the 2018 Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan (YHRP). The funds represent nearly one-third…  


Emergency Employment Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

The document is intended to support and guide the work of implementing partners to ensure the achievement of the planned results and impact on emergency employment intervention (cash-for-work).  


SNAPSHOT: Access to water helps ensure proper sanitation

Ten-year-old Saleh loved school, but was forced to stop attending his classes because of the lack-of-water supply to his village, Al-Raqqa, in Hajjah District. He and his father, Hilal Sweid, took…  


SNAPSHOT: How a bathroom brings dignity and work to a family

70-year-old Zaid Muhsen Salbah lives with his family in the Dhalima Habour village in Amran District where his life has not always been easy.  


Emergency Mine Action Project Yemen

YEMAC, with UNDP’s support, will establish a remote system of collecting information, collate available data, publish findings and update online sources as new information becomes available, deploy…  


Building household water reservoirs in deprived rural communities

“The lack of water in my village caused my family and I to suffer from dehydration.”  

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