Delivering Results

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Improving vertical infrastructure (market and collection centers) and horizontal infrastructure (roads, irrigation, and drainage systems)

Improving connectivity of economic corridors and improving access to public health and education services

Directly addressing the root causes of food insecurity in chronically food-insecure regions through public works, natural resource management, and social infrastructure interventions

Improved the quality of health in rural and urban areas by providing health services and supporting the national blood bank

Empowering the most disadvantaged citizens to identify and address their development needs by defining and implementing community development plans

Improving physical and social learning environments for students, teachers, and communities

Increasing access to clean, affordable, modern energy services in rural communities to improve healthcare, educational services, and agro-business production

Mitigating barriers to girls’ enrollment and retention in school by building schools, boreholes, and latrines

Increasing access of girls to secondary schools through expansion of existing schools in urban areas and construction of new schools in rural areas nationwide

Increasing and sustaining student enrollment in schools in selected marginalized districts by developing school environments that are conducive to teaching and learning

Infrastructure investments in water and sanitation services play a critical role in multi-sectoral food security programming by addressing root causes of many humanitarian crises that stem from droughts, floods, and natural resource-driven conflict.

Improving access to health, education, and water through the rehabilitation of water and sanitation facilities, building the service providers’ institutional and operational capacities, and promoting hygiene – supporting Outcome 1.1. of the Yemen Programming Approach

Reducing the number of people needing food assistance in drought-prone areas by constructing community assets that enhance future food security

Last updated: August 13, 2021

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