This video illustrates the Enhanced Rural Resilience in Yemen (ERRY) Joint Programme's accomplishments & impacts on the ground as of Dec 2017. ERRY JP is a three-year (2016-2019) joint programme funded by EU
The United Nations and the Governments of Sweden and Switzerland are convening a High-Level Pledging Event in Geneva for the Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen, to support the humanitarian response in Yemen and
As part of Enhanced Rural Resilience (ERRY) in Yemen Joint Programme funded by EU and implemented by FAO, ILO, UNDP and WFP, UNDP in Yemen is providing help Creating Sustainable Employment for Youth in
As part of Enhanced Rural Resilience (ERRY) in Yemen Joint Programme funded by EU and implemented by FAO, ILO, UNDP and WFP, UNDP in Yemen is providing help restoring basic services to war-affected communities through enabling Village Cooperative Councils.
UNICEF continues to deliver humanitarian aid to children across Yemen in spite of all challenges and restrictions.
Since the conflict escalated in March 2015, UNICEF has increased its response and provided lifesaving
The UN Migration Agency (IOM) is celebrating ten years in Yemen. Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis and migrants have been helped by IOM through emergency assistance, evacuation, protection again gender-based violence, youth programmes and much more. IOM Yemen thanks all of its partners and hardworking staff.
Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen, Mr. Jamie McGoldrick, talks to Deutsche Welle (DW) German TV on 29/03/2017 on the humanitarian situation in Yemen after two years into the escalation of the conflict.
“Dangerous Crossings” is part of a major campaign to spread awareness about the dangers of crossing to war-stricken Yemen through the Gulf of Aden and Red Sea from Africa, highlighting the horrendous conditions and rising risks in Yemen.
Only one of numerous workplaces destroyed since the escalation of the crisis in 2015 – has led to the loss of hundreds of jobs, and increased the vulnerability of those who had relied on it for their livelihood.
Failing to take action now, will incur an incalculable cost on the future of Yemeni men, women and especially children and undermine the critical transition and the prospects for stability, peace and long term development