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Building community resilience with a Multidimensional Poverty Index

Fekri Al-Muafa, the National Coordinator of the Social Protection for Community Resilience Program at the United Nations Development Programme in Yemen, was tasked with responding to Yemen’s most…  


Renovating Hodeidah Port Training Center vital step in helping save millions of lives

Over the past two months, in close coordination with the Yemen Red Sea Port Corporation (YRSPC) in Hodeidah and other United Nations organizations, UNDP has led the renovation project with a team of…  


Making Energy Affordable in Yemen through Solar Power

UNDP designed and developed a unique, low-cost solar microgrid solution that uses our 3x6 approach for longer term sustainability  


UNDP Support to Vital Hodeidah Ports Sets Pace for Sustainable Peace in Yemen

To support the implementation of the UN-mediated Hodeidah Peace Agreement, UNDP has launched the Peace Support Facility (PSF). As a first step, UNDP commissioned port assessment experts to evaluate…  


UNDP Provides Psycho-Social Support to 500 War-Affected

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.  


Conflict threatens development gains in Yemen

Amman, Jordan - Projections indicate that, if the war ends in 2022, development will have been set back by 26 years — the equivalent of over one generation. If it continues through 2030, that setback…  


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,…  


Building local capacity: Clearing the way for the future and protecting lives

Clearing the way for the future and protecting lives by building local capacity.  


Clearing the way to a better life

Since last September, 51,000 metric tonnes of wheat have remained, tucked away at the Red Sea Mills in the port city of Hodeidah. It is a painful irony. Ten million Yemenis are on the brink of…  


World Water Day 2019

Water is an essential building block of life. It is more than just essential to quench thirst or protect health; water is vital for creating jobs and supporting economic, social, and human…  

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