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USAID's new program in Yemen will support healthy diets, treat malnutrition, and ensure sufficient nutrition for children and families.
November 28, 2022

Today, the United States, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), announced a $4.8 million program in partnership with the Ministry of Public Health and Population to help Yemeni children recover from malnutrition and provide families with support to prevent malnutrition and growth stunting.

November 17, 2022

USAID helps Yemen’s Al Tadamon Bank adopt new strategies for extending loans to small- and medium-sized enterprises and works with small business owners to help them secure the financing they need to be more competitive and successful. 

November 14, 2022

The USAID-funded Gateway to Education project, implemented by Save the Children, has been able to step in to help Ramez—one of 741 children identified as having a disability out of more than 1,600 children from 106 schools screened. After mapping available services, the project began referring children with mobility, visual, and hearing impairments to centers or clinics in Aden specializing in diagnostic testing to provide assistive devices.

November 7, 2022

Thousands of Yemeni families in Aden now enjoy reliable electricity and better neighborhood relations thanks to the Nagi Community Enhancement Committee, Public Electricity Corporation (PEC), the Nagi Electricity Rehabilitation Project (NERP), and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).

October 25, 2022

Sami Saleh Mahdi Nasser started farming when he was just 12 years old, learning to coax crops from the dry soils of Lahaj, Yemen, using techniques handed down from his father and grandfather. Now aged 38, Mr. Nasser is the sole breadwinner for his extended family, and still relies on farming to support them. However, in the face of climate change, he is adopting a new set of agricultural practices learned through the USAID Economic Recovery and Livelihoods Program that are more suited to a changing environment and more likely to bolster his livelihood.

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Last updated: November 28, 2022

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