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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.  


Innovating in Hodeidah: Finding Solutions for 350 Tons of Daily Solid Waste

To clean up the streets of the city, between May and December 2019, UNDP employed nearly 6,100 people: 3,650 from the local community and 2,450 from the District Cleaning Fund (DCF). Approximately…  


Women UN Volunteers in Yemen on the Path to a More Equal Future

In Yemen, women UN Volunteers are stepping up to the many challenges during the pandemic. They are on the frontlines of response despite many hurdles – including gender stereotypes, risks caused by…  


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…  


Investing in Hope in Yemen Cannot Wait


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…  


Elyafa Road: A Lifeline for 23,000 Yemenis Requires Access to Public Services

Acknowledging the urgent need for critical access for the community, Elyaf Road is now being paved. Thanks to the support from the European Union and the Swedish International Development Cooperation…  


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…  


UNDP Yemen 2020 COVID-19 Response Highlights

UNDP’s response is framed around three objectives: (a) help Yemen prepare for and protect people from the pandemic and its impacts; (b) respond during the outbreak; and, (c) recover from the…  


Improved Access to GBV Support Services in Yemen

With support from the Government of Japan, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has launched a mobile application to provide guidance to Gender-Based Violence (GBV) survivors across Yemen.  

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