Japan

 

Given the deteriorating scenario in Yemen since 2015, Government of Japan recognizes that Yemen is in a critical situation as many Yemeni people are suffering from serious poverty and food shortages. Government of Japan has been contributing in two projects: Yemen Livelihood and Human Security (YLHS) and Waste Management, Water Supply and Sewage Sanitation in Aden and Mukalla Cities (WASH).

YLHS project contributes to the overall stability by empowering communities to resist and recover from conflict. While WASH project helps institutions in Aden and Mukalla cities to provide essential services to reduce epidemics, improve security, and enable the people of Yemen to experience the advantages of peace. 

 

 


Project and Initiatives

  • 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.

  • Crisis Support for Solid Waste, Water Supply and Sewage Institutions in Aden and Mukalla Cities

    Project activities are expected to improve the quality of life by reducing water-related diseases; contribute to a stronger economy by increasing productivity; and, contribute to stability by allowing communities to enjoy the benefits of peace.

  • Emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Support for Crisis

    Funded by Japan, the Emergency Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) Support for Crisis Affected Communities in Hadramout supports improved WASH systems in five healthcare centers in Hadra-mout, including water supply and handwashing services, the rehabilitation of sanitation systems and training and systems development for medical waste management.

Featured from our partnership with Japan

Loading…
Loading…
Loading…

UNDP Around the world

You are at UNDP Yemen 
Go to UNDP Global