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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…  


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…  


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,…  


Yemeni Fisherfolk: A Legacy as Rich as the Sea

The severe impact on the fishery sector from the ongoing conflict has fueled the need for additional support to Yemeni fisherfolk. The Government of Japan is generously funding the United Nations…  


The Importance of Yemen's Ports

Yemen, 26 April 2021 - a key report, Damage and Capacity Assessment: Port of Aden and Port of Mukalla, was released by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Yemen that outlines urgent…  


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.  


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.  


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…  


Can Solar Power Save Lives in Rural Yemen?

Al-Za’zea, in the south-west of Taiz governorate, is home to close to 15,000 people. A remote area suffering economically due to the war, people have struggled to find stable work, and the rough…  

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