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  • Yemen Early Recovery Bulletin - January and February 2018
    May 2, 2018

    In January and February 2017, EECR Cluster partners released around 1,969,106 sq. m of land through mine and ERW clearance and survey in 37 Districts (14 Governorates). Around 545,987 people directly benefited from survey and clearance activities.

  • Jan 16, 2013

    The aim of this Integrated Social Cohesion and Development (ISCD) brief concept paper is to explore the ISCD approach and methodology in working on the community level, moreover to explore the experiences in applying this approach in Ibb Governorate.

  • Unique Partnership Between UNDP Yemen and World Bank Results in Millions of Yemenis Assisted
    Dec 25, 2018

    Together, UNDP and the World Bank partnered to launch the unique Yemen Emergency Crisis Response Project (YERCP) – a project that effectively responds to the unprecedented needs of the Yemenis, especially the poorest and most vulnerable. This was the first time the World Bank was able to unlock such substantial financing to keep critical development projects flowing during a crisis when traditional development financing would have otherwise been frozen.

  • Improving Access to Energy for Affected Communities through Solar Programming in Yemen
    Mar 6, 2019

    Improving Access to Energy for Affected Communities through Solar Programming in Yemen

  • YECRP Fast Fact Sheet (May 2018)
    May 21, 2018

    YECRP is expected to directly benefit 400,000 people through wage employment and provide 2.5 million with access to key services, thereby building the resilience of Yemeni people to carry on with their lives and be strong drivers of the recovery efforts and reducing suffering and hardship in the midst of on-going conflict.

  • Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF)
    Mar 29, 2019

    This Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) is prepared by UNDP to ensure the Yemen Emergency Crisis Response Project (ECRP) is consistent with UNDP’s Social and Environmental Standards (SES) (www.undp.org/ses) and the World Bank’s Environmental and Social Safeguards Policies.

  • YECRP Fast Fact Sheet (September 2017)
    Nov 12, 2017

    The 24-month Emergency Crisis Response Project (ECRP) aims to mitigate the impact of the current crisis on local households and communities and assist their recovery from the bottom-up using local systems, capacities and institutions to progressively resume and scale-up service delivery.

  • Jun 1, 2016

    Yemen Resilience Monitor will measure social cohesion with the following indicators: (i) con dence in institutions, (ii) participation, (iii) tolerance, and (iv) solidarity.

  • Aug 17, 2017

    The 24-month Emergency Crisis Response Project (ECRP) aims to mitigate the impact of the current crisis on local households and communities and assist their recovery from the bottom-up using local systems, capacities and institutions to progressively resume and scale-up service delivery. The project will achieve specific results in: 1) Increasing sustainable employment and livelihoods opportunities, including health and education; 2) Reviving the agricultural sector through support to key value chains. As such, the project contributes to the livelihoods restoration and service delivery restoration components of UNDP’s Yemen Resilience Programme. The Project’s Theory of Change assumes that if income-generation and livelihoods opportunities are increased for youth and women (including IDPs), Yemeni households and communities will be able to better cope with the impact of the current crisis and be strong drivers of the resilience-building and recovery efforts.

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