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ERRYII Programme Progress Brief - Issue 4

ERRYII programme brief- issue 4 highlights the Joint programme background ,key achievements, and challenges during the reporting period form July 2019 - December 2020.  


Assessment of Private Healthcare Providers Role in the COVID-19

The overall objective of the rapid assessment is taking stock of the role of the private healthcare sector in the COVID-19 response and to better understand the organization of the COVID-19 care and…  


2020 COVID-19 Response Recap Newsletter

In early 2020, as Yemen entered it’s the sixth year of on-going conflict, the COVID-19 pandemic presented new risks. A crisis within a crisis, the Yemeni healthcare system was already…  


Baseline Study - ERRY II

The overall objective of the Baseline study is to understand the livelihoods situation of people in terms of the five capitals (Social, Physical, Natural, Human, And Financial) among the targeted…  


December 2020 Fast Fact Sheet - Social Protection and Community Resilience

Social Protection and Community Resilience (SPCRP) project - September 2020 Fast Fact Sheet  


Human Development Report 2020

The 2020 Human Development Report (HDR) doubles down on the belief that people’s agency and empowerment can bring about the action we need if we are to live in balance with the planet in a fairer…  


September 2020 Fast Fact Sheet - Social Protection and Community Resilience

Social Protection and Community Resilience (SPCRP) project - September 2020 Fast Fact Sheet  


A Strategic Framework for an Immediate Socio-Economic Response to COVID-19 in Yemen (2020 - 2021)

This report sets out the framework for the United Nations (UNs urgent socio economic support to Yemen in the face of COVID 19 putting in practice the UN Secretary General s Shared responsibility,…  


Beekeeping Value Chain

There are prospects to make honey business in Yemen more resilient. A million Sidr trees need to replace the cut ones to improve bee pastures. Unfortunately, the Yemen crisis did not only make…  


Food Industry Value Chain

Yemen imports more than 90% of its food, including wheat, rice, sugar, dairy products, canned food, oil, among others. Yemeni people consume local vegetables and fruits. While many would process food…  

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