Yemen

Humanitarian Response Plan for Yemen 2014-2015

17 February 2014

Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Response Plan for Yemen 2013

Sana'a
11 July 2013

Humanitarian needs and the underlying context in the Republic of Yemen remain largely unchanged since the Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan (YHRP) was published in December 2012.  An estimated 13.1 million people require humanitarian aid across the country.  Due to access, security, implementation capacity and resource constraints, humanitarian partners are targeting 7.7 million people for the year.

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Humanitarian Response Plan for Yemen 2013

Sana'a
13 December 2012

Yemen is one of the world’s major humanitarian crises, with more than half of the population affected and a third targeted for humanitarian aid. 

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Yemen Floods Response Plan 2008

Sana'a
10 November 2008

Flash Appeal for Yemen 2009

2 September 2009

Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Response Plan for Yemen 2012

Sana'a
17 August 2012

The signing of the political agreement in November 2011 signalled the beginning of a new period in Yemen’s history, but it has not led to improvements in the humanitarian situation.   Already the poorest country in the Arab world, Yemen has seen a dramatic rise in humanitarian needs, particularly among rural communities and those displaced by conflict.

Humanitarian Response Plan for Yemen 2012

Sana'a
19 December 2011

Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Response Plan for Yemen 2010

Sana'a
14 July 2010
Humanitarian Response Plan: 30 November 2009

Affected population: 2,538,000 people (increased from 1,4 million)
Key areas targeted
Northern conflict-affected governorates
Refugee-hosting areas
Areas of acute food insecurity and malnutrition
Key target beneficiaries
(approximate figures) 
2,538,000 people, including
1,700,000 severely food-insecure
342,000 IDPs
117,000 refugees
319,000 malnourished children and pregnant and lactating women

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Humanitarian Response Plan for Yemen 2010

Sana'a
30 November 2009

Duration: January to December 2010
Key milestones
March – May and July – September: rainy season
Target beneficiaries: 1.4 million food-insecure; 200,000 IDPs; 162,362 refugees; 134,400 children suffering from malnutrition
Funding request per beneficiary*: $126
* Note: based on total food-insecure population
Total funding requested: $177,428,417

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Mid-Year Review of the Humanitarian Response Plan for Yemen 2011

Sana'a
20 July 2011
Humanitarian Response Plan: 30 November 2010

Duration: July to December 2011
Key areas targeted
northern and southern conflict-affected governorates
areas hosting refugee, migrant, and TCN populations
areas where civil unrest has created pockets of humanitarian need and/or where basic services have collapsed
Key target beneficiaries
1.8 million food-insecure; 2.5 children and women suffering from acute malnutrition;225,000 IDPs (north);

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