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Funded by Japan, UNDP provides Livelihoods and Human Security opportunities to war-affected people in Aden and Lahj

UNDP Yemen, in partnership with For All Foundation (FAF) and OXFAM, is conducting a series of cash for work and protection activities for 600 beneficiaries from the targeted governorates of Aden and…  


Building household water reservoirs in deprived rural communities

“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…  


Mines killed her father, now she got the chance, skill and income

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…  


Building latrines for rural households protects their health

40-year-old Ameen Musleh is a resident of Dhalima Habour, Amran Governorate, and has four daughters and four sons.  


Empowering Communities; Restores Their Confidence & Self-Reliance

Going into its fourth year, the war in Yemen has much affected Yemenis forcing them to lose hope in things getting better anytime soon. It had, in many ways, put down people’s morale and…  


Improving Healthcare Services in Conflict-Torn Yemen

“Some people lose their lives just because they can’t afford their medical treatment,”  


“A dream come true!… my daughter won't miss her classes anymore”

The rainwater harvesting reservoirs project comes as part of the EU-funded and supported Social Protection for Community Resilience Project (SPCRP) to enhance the resilience of vulnerable communities…  


“If it wasn’t for this, half of villagers could’ve left the village”

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…  


A Sign of Hope at Last!

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…  


From a Childhood Hobby to a Successful Business

"It started as a hobby. I was making dresses for my dolls at first. My aunt then gave me a sewing machine and I started making dresses and selling them."  

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