- WFP Yemen Situation Report #26, 21 February 2017
- Multi-Cluster Needs Assessment of IDPS, Returnees and Host Communities in Yemen Task Force on Population Movement (TFPM) February 2017
- USG for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Stephen O’Brien Remarks at the launch of the 2017 Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan, 8 Feb 2017
Appeals & Funding
- Humanitarian Needs Overview 2017 Interactive HNO site
- 2017 Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan (Jan 2017) Interactive HRP site
- Humanitarian Action for Children 2017: Yemen
- IOM Humanitarian Compendium
- Country-based Pooled Fund: 2016
- 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
The lack of updated information about food security is of concern to many countries, especially during and after economic crises, natural disasters, and conflicts. In this paper we present an analytical framework for assessing the effects of such crises on food security. This methodology can compensate for the lack of recent data in the aftermath of various crisis situations and thus provide important information to policymakers.
- Food access is difficult for poor households, due to high and volatile prices.
- Armed clashes continue to affect food security conditions, while concerned agencies have major problems reaching population in need of assistance.
- An estimated 7.2 million are reported food insecure with concerned agencies highlighting a severe and alarming problem of hunger in the long term.
- UN …
Note: Document is 8 pages.
Mohammad Bin Sallam and Fuad Mus'ed
ADEN, May 30 - Three soldiers were killed last Friday when an armed group belonging to the Southern Movement ambushed a military group and truck in Balah, Lahj, southern Yemen.
As a result, the security forces blocked the main road in Al-Habeelain, Lahj, and commodities, such as food and oil, have run out, according to locals.
Clashes between the armed group and the security force reached houses and shops in the surrounding area.
Merchants planning to sell their goods in Al-Dhale' and Yafe' were stopped, …
Human Rights Council
Agenda item 3
Promotion and protection of all human rights, civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development
* Separatists ambush two security convoys, kill three
* Yemen tribes reconcile with gov't over air strike
* Tribesmen allow government to repair oil pipeline
SANAA, May 28 (Reuters) - Separatists ambushed two convoys of Yemen's armed forces, killing three soldiers and wounding 11 others, the Defence Ministry website said on Friday.
Separately, the Yemeni government reached an agreement with …
(London) A global justice gap is being made worse by power politics despite a landmark year for international justice, said Amnesty International today in its annual assessment of human rights worldwide.
Launching Amnesty International Report 2010: State of the World's Human Rights, which documents abuses in 159 countries, the organization said that powerful governments are blocking advances in international justice by standing above the law on human rights, shielding allies from criticism and acting only when politically convenient.
"Repression and injustice are …
27 May 2010 18:02:49 GMT
* Tribesmen renew attack on oil pipeline
* Yemeni tribe, government agree truce which expires Friday
* Tribe wants those responsible for airstrike put on trial
(Adds new pipeline attack)
By Mohammed Ghobari
SANAA, May 27 (Reuters) - Kinsmen of a Yemeni mediator killed in an errant airstrike …
27 May 2010 - United Nations humanitarian agencies and their partners are striving to continue providing assistance to more than 320,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) in conflict-affected areas of Yemen despite limited funding and access difficulties due to insecurity, a UN office reported today.
Overall there are an estimated 342,000 people, including the IDPs, in need of relief in the five provinces or governorates hit by armed conflict in the country, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said.
In Sa'ada governorate alone - the province worst …
26 May 2010 08:30:43 GMT
* Central government faces toughening challenges to unity
* Southern separatists have little support internationally
* Analysts see deteriorating economy as root problem
By Raissa Kasolowsky
SANAA, May 26 (Reuters) - Yemen's President Ali Abdullah Saleh this week marked 20 years ruling a united Yemen, but has little to celebrate in a country buckling under the pressure of separatist, sectarian and al Qaeda violence.
Pro-unity billboards lining the streets of the capital Sanaa -- "Strength in unity and unity in strength!" -- serve as …
The present report has been prepared pursuant to General Assembly resolution 46/182, in which the Assembly requested the Secretary-General to report annually to the Assembly and the Economic and Social Council on the coordination of emergency humanitarian assistance. The report is also submitted in response to General Assembly resolutions 63/147 and 64/76 and Economic and Social Council resolution 2009/3.
The report describes the major humanitarian trends and challenges over the past year and analyses two thematic issues of current concern: operating in high-risk …
Press Release No: 2010/430/MENA
25 May 2010 19:41:38 GMT
* Mediator had sought to persuade al Qaeda men to surrender
* News website says strike carried out by drone
* Tribesmen blow up crude pipeline linking Maarib to coast
* Kidnappers release U.S. couple, who arrive in Sanaa
By Mohammed Ghobari and Mohamed Sudam
SANAA, May 25 (Reuters) - An air strike in Yemen targeting al Qaeda missed its mark and killed a mediator, prompting members of his tribe to blow up an oil pipeline in clashes that followed, a provincial official said on Tuesday.
Separately, a Yemeni government official said a U.S.
Press Release No:2010/429/MENA
Committee on the Rights of the Child
25 May 2010
The Committee on the Rights of the Child this morning opened it fifty-fourth session, hearing an address by Navi Pillay, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. The Committee also adopted its agenda and programme of work for the session, and a new Committee member, Azza El-Ashmawy, took the solemn oath.
Ms. Pillay noted that today marked the tenth anniversary of the adoption of the two Optional Protocols to the Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Depending on who he's speaking to, 29-year-old Abdulsalam Ismail Abubaker, will switch between fluent Somali, English and Arabic, impressing listeners with his convincing arguments.
In a meeting about the media coverage of refugee issues, he explained how stigmatizing Somali refugees with crimes and diseases like Aids, can affect their lives.
He started his …
SANAA, 24 May 2010 (IRIN) - In a televised speech on the eve of Unification Day, commemorating the merger of northern and southern Yemen on 22 May 1990, President Ali Abdullah Saleh announced an amnesty for all imprisoned southern separatists and Houthi rebels in the north.
"On this immortalized national occasion, we order the release of all those detained on charges of rebellion in Saada and outlaws [southern activists accused of secession] in some districts of Lahj, Abyan and Dhalea governorates.
For the Yemen Times
ADEN, May 23 - Last Friday, security forces in Aden put an end to protests of Southern Movement supporters calling for secession from the north of the country.
Dozens of the Southern Movement supporters protested after the Friday sermon in the districts of Al-Tuwahi, Sheik Othman, Al-Buriqa and Al-Mansoora, according to local …
23 May 2010 20:18:11 GMT
ADEN, May 23 (Reuters) - Clashes between Yemeni police and gunmen who had briefly held two policewomen captive killed at least one person on Sunday in south Yemen, Yemeni media said.
Ongoing conflict in the last 19 years continued to generate mass movements of Somali Refugees fleeing to neighboring countries (583,755) as at the end of April 2010, mainly hosted in Kenya, Yemen, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, Tanzania and Uganda, and internally displaced people (1.4 million) settled mainly in Somaliland and South-Central regions.