In Yemen 3X6 Approach has been tailored to contribute to conflict prevention by addressing demands by youth for immediate and sustainable employment through implementation of three main components: Phase 1 Inclusiveness - income generation and building of capital by youth through rapid employment activities.
Projects and Initiatives
The project aims to socially and economically empower disadvantaged youth and women in market oriented technical, entrepreneurial and managerial skills, confidence building and empowering skills necessary to improve their access to productive resources and sustainable earning potential. Training will be systematically linked and integrated with other complementary interventions such as access to markets, appropriate technology, microfinance, entrepreneurship development and follow up technical assistance and advisory services. more
- 11 May 2016:UNDP supports improving livelihoods of rural communities & conservation of biodiversity in Socotra Archipelago
- 27 Apr 2016:Yemen Our Home and Sabafon partnering to bring relief to physically disabled and war victims in Sana’a
- 10 Apr 2016:Supporting community-oriented solutions to conflicts in Taizz and Abyan
3X6 Approach on Youth Economic Empowerment
Youth unemployment is amongst the most challenging issues facing Yemen.
The Youth Economic Empowerment Project (YEEP) is the United Nations Development Programme‘s response to assist the Government of Yemen in providing youth with tangible benefits of the transition process through job creation