In 2019 alone, YEMAC supported by UNDP removed over 66,000 pieces of Explosive Remnants of War (ERW) throughout Yemen positively impacting the lives of 126,000 people.
COVID-19: Looming crisis in developing countries threatens to devastate economies and ramp up inequality
Income losses are expected to exceed $220 billion in developing countries, and nearly half of all jobs in Africa could be lost.
United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres today launched a $2 billion global humanitarian response plan to fight COVID-19 in some of the world’s most vulnerable countries. This response plan…
New UNDP Yemen project aims to empower community to build peace, resolve local issues and enhance social cohesion
16 March 2020 – Sana’a, Yemen: The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Yemen announced the beginning of a new project to strengthen the resilience of Yemeni communities.
Sana’a, 05 January – 500 beneficiaries from Aden and Lahj Governorates have benefitted from the United Nations Development Programme’s Psycho-Social Support (PSS) sessions.
Although Yemen does not currently have any cases of COVID-19, it is being recognized as the largest public health emergency of our time with economic and social impacts yet to be determined
New York, December 9, 2019 – A new United Nations Development Programme report highlights the expanding nature of global inequality, pointing to a new generation of inequalities which may trigger a…
The 2019 Human Development Report, entitled “Beyond income, beyond averages, beyond today: inequalities in human development in the 21st Century,” says that just as the gap in basic living standards…
Message on International Volunteer Day - 5 December
Brussels, 9 October 2019—Yemen will become the poorest country in the world if its conflict goes on through 2022, a new report by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) projects.