Satellite Images of Yemen Indicate level of destruction and implication for Recovery Jun 21, 2015Sana'a, 21 June 2015:The war in Yemen has generated a dire humanitarian situation with massive destruction to the country’s infrastructure.
UNDP champions community radio to promote culture of employability and entrepreneurship for youth in the central and southern governorates Mar 17, 2015Aden, UNDP is supporting a community-based business radio show on Lana Radio, airing for Yemeni youth in Aden and neighbouring governorates. In partnership with 21 Century Forum and Lana Radio, UNDP launched today in Aden its first public event on economic and employment-related topics, bringing listeners and journalists together for unique opportunities to exchange. The first event was attended by over 100 youth, in addition to representatives from UNDP, NGOs and journalists in Khormaksar.
UNDP promotes private sector development and youth entrepreneurs during critical times in YemenMar 12, 2015Today marked the launch of the first Business Support Centre in Yemen, supported by UNDP, in partnership with the Yemeni Business Club (YBC) and Spark. The launch, which was attended by representatives from the private sector, NGOs, the Social Fund for Development, UNDP and Spark, successfully outlined the importance of private sector development for resilience and inclusive growth.
MoLA Inaugurates Strategy for Supporting CSOs’ Role in Transitional JusticeDec 16, 2014The Ministry of Legal Affairs (MoLA),in cooperation with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Office of the United Nation High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR),) launched its “Strategy for Engaging Civil Society in Transitional Justice Efforts in Yemen.”
Government and Private Sector of Yemen hold dialogue in support of Yemen's economic developmentNov 18, 2014A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Government of Yemen and the Yemeni private sector was signed today in Washington DC to foster an enabling environment for business creation and youth employment.
Yemen receive support for the preparation of national paper to address climate changeOct 30, 2014The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government of Yemen represented by Ministries of Planning, Water and Environment have singed a Project Document “Yemen’s National Preparation for Post-2015 Climate Agreement” at the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation.
Signing ceremony of a project that will support Government’s efforts to address ghost workers and double dippers Oct 30, 2014United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), and the Government of Yemen (GoY), represented by the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation and Ministry of Civil Service (MoCS) signed the “Strengthening Civil Service and Human Resources Management Project (SHRM)”.
Supported by the United Nations and the World Bank Group: Yemeni Government and partners validate roadmap to improve rural livelihoods and employment for women, youth and marginalized groups Oct 25, 2014Sana’a, the Government of Yemen requested support from the United Nations to accelerate progress on reducing poverty. Under a joint leadership by the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation and the Ministry of Local Administration, partners and stakeholders have since August this year worked to identify bottlenecks hindering development.
H.E. Hayashi, Ambassador of Japan to Yemen, returns to Aden after 30 yearsOct 20, 2014H.E. Katsuyoshi Hayashi, Ambassador of Japan to Yemen, visited Aden for the first time since 1980. Japan’s support to southern Governorates extends to a wide array of interventions towards the stabilization and economic recovery of the region including returning Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs). With the generous support of the Government of Japan, UNICEF supported school rehabilitation, therapeutic health and nutrition centers and water and sanitation projects for thousands of children, parents, and teachers.
On the Occasions of International Youth Day Celebrated in Sana’a on 26 August 2014Aug 26, 2014With an average age in Yemen being 17 years old, it is the young people of this country that will shape and safeguard the New Yemen. The UN remains committed to stand along with the people of Yemen and assist the youth in the country in your difficult, but promising hard work to build the future you want.
- Voices of Yemen - Al Mukalla City, Hadhramout Governorate Sunday AT 06:44 AM
- Satellite Images of Yemen Indicate level of destruction and implication for Recovery Sunday AT 05:41 AM
- Voices of Yemen: (Al Mukalla, Hadhramout governorate) Al Mukalla is considered the most important sea port in Hadhramout governorate. Like other localities in Yemen, the area has been affected by the ongoing violence affecting all aspects of life. Residents are engaged in fisheries, private and public sectors jobs, trading, and vocational works. Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) seized the security vacuum and took over the city. Through this focus group discussion, Mukalla residents share their suffering and ways to cope with the current situation. #YemenVoices United Nations Development Programme - UNDP Helen Clark 25 June AT 05:46 PM
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