- OCHA Yemen Periodic Monitoring Review, January - April 2017
- UNHCR Flash Update, 9 - 15 June 2017
- Yemen: Acute Watery Diarrhea / Cholera Outbreak - Situation Report #5 (12 June 2017)
Appeals & Funding
- Humanitarian Needs Overview 2017 Interactive HNO site
- 2017 Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan (Jan 2017) Interactive HRP site
- FAO Yemen Emergency Livelihoods Response Plan: Support to agriculture-based livelihoods in Yemen, 2017
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2017: Yemen
- Yemen: Cholera Outbreak - Integrated Response Plan (23 May 2017)
- IOM Humanitarian Compendium
- Country-based Pooled Fund: 2016
- Business Guide: North-East Nigeria, South Sudan, Yemen and Somalia: Prevent Famine and Support Response
- UNHCR Yemen Regional Refugee and Migrant Response Plan data portal
- IDMC (Internally Displacement Monitoring Centre)
- Human Rights Watch World Report 2017: Yemen Country Chapter
- Yemen Spatial Food Security Monitoring Tool
- UN: Geneva Consultations on Yemen
- Food Security Cluster: Yemen
- Logistics Cluster: Yemen
Situation Generale en mai 2017
Prevision jusqu'a'mi-juillet 2017
Regional mixed migration summary for April 2017 covering mixed migration events, trends and data for Djibouti, Eritrea, South Sudan, Sudan, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Puntland, Somalia, Somaliland and Yemen.
Terminology: Throughout this report the term migrant/refugee is used to cover all those involved in the mixed migration flows (including asylum seekers, trafficked persons, smuggled economic migrants, refugees). If the caseload mentioned refers only to refugees or asylum seekers or trafficked persons it will be clearly stated.
Current major event
Resurgence of Cholera Outbreak in Yemen
The current cholera outbreak in Yemen, started in October 2016, showed a sign of decline in the first three months of the year. An upsurge of cases and deaths were recorded from 27 April 2017. As of 28 May 2017, a cumulative total of 88,849 suspected cholera cases including 657 associated deaths (CFR: 0.73%) were recorded from 261 districts in 19 governorates across the country since the beginning of the outbreak in 2016
Before the current crisis, Yemen was already among the world’s poorest performers on most human development indicators. Conditions deteriorated further in the course of the ongoing civil war and foreign military interventions. By the end of 2016, nearly 70% of the population was in need of humanitarian support. The needs remain urgent and far outstrip the humanitarian community’s ability to meet them.
From January to April 2017, national and international humanitarian partners have reached millions of people with some form of direct humanitarian assistance or protection across Yemen. This has been accomplished despite continued conflict and access constraints into and throughout the country, imposed by the parties to the conflict.
The 24-month Emergency Crisis Response Project (ECRP) aims to mitigate the impact of the current crisis on local households and communities and assist their recovery from the bottom-up using local systems, capacities and institutions to progressively resume and scale-up service delivery. The project will achieve specific results in: 1) Increasing sustainable employment and livelihoods opportunities, including health and education; 2) Reviving the agricultural sector through support to key value chains.
Situation Overview and Needs: Health Cluster partners identified 14.8 million people in need of health assistance in the 2017 HNO. In light of access and security constraints, the 2017 Health Cluster response plan targets 10.4 million people in 2017, including the 8.8 million people identified as facing acute health needs in the HNO.
The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief) launched on Monday a program to distribute 569,340 breaking-fast meals in Somalia during the holy month of Ramadan to ease the sufferings of the Somali people affected by drought in the previous years. The Center also launched a breaking-fast program in Abyan Governorate in Yemen to be distributed to 234,000 beneficiaries and also started a project in Myanmar.
June 3 rd , 2017 ― Doha: Qatar Red Crescent's (QRCS) mission in Yemen is going on with a project to build and furnish 160 housing units for families badly affected by the war in the country.
At a total cost of $160,000 (nearly QR 600,000), the project will provide shelter homes for 160 families in Mocha, western Taiz. The project was initiated early in 2017 in three towns of the port city. Each house costs $800.
VALUE OF GOODS DISPATCHED
4.74 million (USD)
Food consumption deteriorates in Al Mahwit,Dhamar and Sana’a.
More households in Aden are resorting to severe coping strategies.
More respondents are concerned about lack of income and the spread of diseases as a new spike in cholera cases is reported.