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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…  


The Power of Partnership: Scaling up for Recovery and Resilience in Yemen

Against all daunting conditions, the World Bank – through funding from its International Development Association (IDA) – has worked with UNDP Yemen and the Social Fund for Development (SFD) and the…  


Arduous Journey for Water

In villages across Yemen, people struggle with the daily task of fetching water – something that almost always falls to women and children, who set out on arduous and tiring journeys, often four hours…  


Water Availability in Yemen

Literature review of the current and future water resources and water demand in Yemen  


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,…  


Infographic: Social Cohesion Interventions Under ERRY II

This infographic highlights the ERRY II Programme’s key initiatives that aim to enhance local capacity to develop conflict and gender-sensitive community resilience plans, which reflect community…  


Infographic: Local Governance Interventions Under ERRY II

This infographic highlights the ERRY II Programme’s key initiatives that aim to build capacity and improve infrastructure for local institutions to enhance the delivery of basic services.  


Assessing the Impact of War in Yemen: Pathways for Recovery

Here is the third and final report of the Impact of War trilogy series. UNDP Yemen has once again partnered with the Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures. The report, Assessing the…  


UNDP: Recovery in Yemen possible despite fast-deteriorating situation

New York, 23 November 2021 – A new United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) report projects that war-torn Yemen, currently among the poorest countries in the world, can end extreme poverty within a…  


Infographic: Crisis Support for WASH and Sewage Institutions in Aden and Mukalla Cities

This project helps responsible institutions to provide essential services in two major cities, to reduce epidemics, improve security and enable the people of Yemen to experience the advantages of…  

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