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Assesing the Impact of War on Development in Yemen

The study is intended to advocate to the parties to the conflict on the consequences of the conflict on medium- and long-term development, as recovery to the pre-conflict levels would require two to…  


Bashir: From bankruptcy to success

Bashir Naji is one example of a previously vulnerable person who lost his living to the ongoing conflicts. The 30-year-old father heads a family of four – a wife and three young daughters – that…  


Searching for a Place to Call Home

Amna’s situation has improved dramatically since joining the cash-for-work project that is being implemented by the Social Fund for Development (SFD) in partnership with UNDP.  


Crisis Support for Solid Waste, Water Supply and Sewage in 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…  


Red Sea Mills free of explosives for the first time in 8 months

The presence of explosive remnants of war (ERW) throughout Yemen poses a major risk to civilians, with landmines and other ERW causing 233 civilian casualties in the last year alone.1 Beyond the…  


Samiah: Caught between war and displacement

Samiah hopes for peace to prevail in Yemen and that the war will come to an end soon. She tells us of her story fleeing war in hopes of a better life, and how she found that life come to reality…  


YECRP: A ‘New Way of Working’ to help the Yemeni people in Conflict-ridden Yemen

The impact of YECRP across Yemen has been tremendous, helping the Yemeni people regain access to key services, earning wages to allow them to purchase basic needs for themselves and their families,…  


Livelihood Intervention Impact

Income-generating revenues are created through enterprise recovery targeting communities affected by the crisis (3x6 approach).  


Local Governance Intervention Impact

Inclusive community-based governance system is strengthened to develop community resilience plans and community prioritized actions identified and supported.  


Household toilet construction: small change with a big impact

Ameen Musleh is a resident of Dhalima Habour, Amran Governorate, and has four daughters and four sons.  

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