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Nothing left for a rainy day as millions of Yemenis suffer

On Saturday, 2 April at 7:00 pm, Yemen began a two-month truce agreed to by the parties of the conflict and brokered by the Special Envoy for Yemen, Hans Grundberg. And at the same time, the Gulf…  


Brochure: Waste to Energy

Read about Yemen’s first ever waste-to-energy plant project! Unique in the Arab region, the plant provides an innovative and replicable approach to energy production using local waste. It also serves…  


UNDP’s Solar Hybrid Solutions Result in More Robust Health Response in Seiyun

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and partners inaugurated a solar hybrid system that will provide an uninterrupted power supply to the central COVID-19 Isolation Unit in Seiyun,…  


Recycle Waste Today for a Better Tomorrow

The WtE initiative aims to bring the community, institutions and science together to reduce waste and generate affordable energy. It also helps communities tackle the behavioral problems of waste…  


Aden and Mukalla: Yemen’s Seaside Havens

Through WASH project, UNDP provided the two cities with 25 new garbage trucks and are working to fix and re-operationalize 25 existing trucks to enable both cities to have a 25 truck fully functioning…  


Communities Uniting for Common Good

The city of Hodeidah, on Yemen’s west coast, is a resilient coastal community. But today, because of the protracted conflict, there are limited jobs available which has resulted in rising poverty…  


World Environment Day: A Nation Threatened and a Community Committed

Let us take you on a journey and meet Yemen’s own #GenerationRestoration – citizens from across the country committed to ensuring its beauty is preserved for future generations.  


A Tale of Two Seas: Fisheries During Crisis

From the tropical waters of the Caribbean to the hot and salty Red Sea, Yellowfin Tuna spawn, feed and grow up to seven feet long. This highly migratory species call a wide stretch of the ocean home,…  


Faces of Yemen’s Seaports

Meet the Yemenis Working to Ensure Food, Fuel and Medicine is Delivered amidst the World’s Worst Humanitarian and Development Crisis  


SOCOTRA: Yemen’s Island of Natural Wonder and Beauty

Socotra, an island located 380 kilometres south of the Arabian Peninsula, means “island abode of bliss” in Sanskrit.  

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