The conflict in Yemen shows no real signs of abating as it enters its sixth year, and civilians from across the country and generations continue to bear the brunt of military hostilities and unlawful practices of state and non-state armed groups alike. Gross human rights violations, including what could amount to war crimes, are being committed throughout the country. By the end of 2019, it is.
Yemen, the poorest country in the Middle East, is in the midst of a massive humanitarian crisis that only continues to deteriorate. Deadly clashes and airstrikes have forced over 3.1 million people to flee their homes since March 2015. As many as 21 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance, a shocking 82% of the population, and 14.1 million people cannot afford enough food for.
The Yemen Situation Report ran from May 2011-June 2018. Visit the Yemen File for the latest analysis.As a JPF grant project, JPF member NGO International Children’s Action Network (ICAN) has been providing emergency food assistance to the people affected by the conflict on the western coast of Yemen. At this time, their food distribution has been picked up by Yemeni television. It is only in Arabic, but you can see their work starting at around 29:10; you can even see ICAN’s and JPF’s.The Yemen Peace Project is dedicated to supporting Yemeni individuals and organizations working to create positive change; advancing peaceful, constructive US policies toward Yemen; defending the rights of Yemenis in the diaspora; and increasing understanding of Yemen in the wider world.
Yemen is the poorest Arab country and one of the least developed: it ranks 160 out of 188 countries on the Human Development Index. Since March 2015, the armed conflict has spread rapidly across the country with devastating consequences. An estimated 21 million people, which is 80 per cent of the population in Yemen, is in dire need of humanitarian assistance. A high number of civilians have.Read More
Work in Yemen: With operations established in 1963, Save the Children, is the oldest international NGO in Yemen. It has run child protection projects in cooperation with government ministries and local NGOs, in Abean, Lahj, Ibb, Taiz, Aden and Mocha, and has also provided support for Somali refugee children.Read More
Deadline: 24 July 2019 Danish Refugee Council (DRC) is currently seeking applications from eligible applicants for the post of Admin Assistant in Sana’a, Yemen. The Admin Assistant will serve visitor by greeting, welcoming, and directing them appropriately; notifies personnel of visitor arrival; maintains security and telecommunications system. DRC fulfills its mandate by providing direct.Read More
At least 2 million children in Yemen are out of school. 7 While an estimated 46 per cent of girls and 54 per cent of boys are enrolled in school, secondary-level girls are more likely to drop out due to security issues, lack of female teachers and the lack of appropriate WASH facilities. 8. Humanitarian strategy. 2020 programme targets (17) Nutrition. 331,000 children aged 6 to 59 months.Read More
Country: Yemen City: All Aden Aden, Gouvernorat d'Aden, YE Aden, Yemen Al-Dhale Amman, Jordan Hodeidah Mokha Sana'a sanaa Sana’a and Aden, 50-50% roving, with regular visits to the project governorates: Hajja and Aden, Yemen.Read More
Unicef is concerned that the spread of coronavirus in Yemen is likely to be devastating. Only one in three people have access to running water, very few people have soap, and many healthcare facilities are closed or only able to provide a very basic service. Any outbreak will place even greater demands on medical staff and already scarce hospital resources such as gloves, soap and ventilators.Read More
Yemen in focus. With over 24 million in need of aid, Yemen is the world's single largest humanitarian crisis. Our team on the ground is working tirelessly to provide food, clean water, and essential household items as well as support health structures and improving the living conditions within Yemeni prisons. In 2018, we have reached more than two million people with basic aid. But so much.Read More
DRC is one of the largest INGOs operating in Yemen with a longstanding presence, having begun operations in Aden in 2008, primarily to respond to the needs and protection concerns of migrants arriving from East Africa, and scaled-up its response to the crisis in 2015. Today, DRC is able to meet the urgent needs of those affected by the conflict across the country through the provision of.Read More
Yemen currently has the greatest level of humanitarian needs in the world. Since armed conflict erupted in March 2015, more than 22 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance. CARE is currently providing aid through water, sanitation and hygiene services and reproductive health services.Read More
Interactive map of Yemen war - Yemen news live map- yemen.liveuamap.com. Map. History of Yemen conflict. source On live map. Tell friends. Liveuamap News. Jump to map. Watch more. Koreas A better Reuters photo here of the aftermath of the liaison office destruction. Libya GNA photos from inside Tripoli International Airport. Massachusetts This is Boston June 1 2020 - National Guard positioned.Read More