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February 12, 2018

To support and reinforce the capacity of Yemenis to lead the country’s recovery efforts, these activities work with key local and national institutions across sectors that will be critical as people affected by conflict start rebuilding their lives.

February 12, 2018

USAID is strengthening existing health service systems affected by conflict and supporting the delivery of primary healthcare services to hard-to-reach populations.

February 12, 2018

USAID’s contribution to the Public Works Program alleviates poverty through short-term job creation and improves the living conditions for the poorest Yemeni citizens.

February 12, 2018

Since the latest conflict erupted, widespread displacement, damage to schools, and general insecurity have left millions of children without reliable access to schooling. USAID is helping reach the most vulnerable children in Yemen and providing critical support to help the education system withstand the immediate impact of the crisis.

February 12, 2018

USAID/Yemen is progressively improving livelihoods in sectors that are critical to the country’s recovery by working with UNDP and the Yemeni Social Fund for Development (SFD). The SFD is an important social safety net institution that provides cash-for-work and training opportunities to Yemenis. The SFD simultaneously improves community infrastructure and service delivery while ensuring that Yemenis are building the skills that will help them gain sustainable employment opportunities.

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Report Released on Key Findings of USAID Supported Yemen Demographic Health Survey 

Wednesday, July 22, 2015

A new report has been released on key findings from the USAID-supported 2013 demographic health survey in Yemen. The report provides pre-conflict data that may be helpful to Yemeni and international assistance and health development experts in planning to meet post-conflict needs. The survey provides information on chronic illness, disability,marriage, fertility, nutritional status of women and children, maternal and childhood mortality, awareness and attitudes regarding HIV/AIDS, female genital cutting, and domestic violence. Read the entire report in English or Arabic by clicking on the link.


Last updated: February 12, 2018

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