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Fast Fact Sheet-SPCRP-March2019

The Social Protection for Community Resilience Project (SPCRP) is funded and supported by the European Union (EU) and implemented by UN Development Programme (UNDP) in partnership with The Social Fund…  


Clearing the way for the future and protecting lives by building local capacity

The political unrest in Yemen and civil wars have caused the poorest country in the Arabian peninsula to be riddled with landmines and unexploded ordnance (UXO).  


Country Programme Framework

At the end of 2018, in the context of on-going conflict and a humanitarian crisis in Yemen, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Yemen decided to adopt a two-year bridging…  


Enhanced Rural Resilience in Yemen

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


Social Protection for Community Resilience

The project is expected to improve household incomes; restore basic healthcare facilities; strengthen psycho-social assistance; and equip local authorities to plan, coordinate and monitor priority…  


Yemen Emergency Crisis Response (World Bank)

The project will support Yemeni households and communities cope with crisis, recover from negative impacts, and gain confidence in the ability of their national partners.  


Yemen Emergency Crisis Response (USAID)

The Yemen Emergency Crisis Response Project (YECRP) reduces the negative effects of crisis on local households and communities, and assists recovery from the bottom up.  


Yemen Livelihoods and Human Security

The Yemen Livelihood and Human Security (LHS) project contributes to the overall stability of Yemeni governorates, by empowering communities to resist and recover from conflict.  


Hodeidah: Providing critical vehicles to support demining efforts

Sana’a – Today the United Nations Development Programme provided our national partner, the Yemen Executive Mine Action Center (YEMAC), with 20 Hilux armored vehicles to support their daily demining…  


Red Sea Mills free of explosives for the first time in 8 months

The presence of explosive remnants of war (ERW) throughout Yemen poses a major risk to civilians, with landmines and other ERW causing 233 civilian casualties in the last year alone.1 Beyond the…  

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