- OCHA: Yemen Humanitarian Bulletin No 1 - 27 August 2015
- WHO Yemen conflict Situation report #12, 31 July - 15 August 2015
- UNICEF: Yemen - Childhood Under Threat
Appeals & Funding
- Emergency Response Fund (ERF) in 2015 PDF XLS
- Humanitarian Response Plan - 2015 Revision (Jun 2015)
- Humanitarian Needs Overview 2015 (Revised)
The World Bank has emerged as a leading partner of disaster-prone countries in their efforts to manage the risk of disasters, and respond to their impacts when they hit. Investments are helping to safeguard growth in sectors like urban, water, transport, agriculture and rural development, and protect millions from the loss of lives and livelihoods in disasters. To leverage new investment, generate knowledge and expertise and build a global partnership for Disaster Risk Management (DRM), the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery (GFDRR) was established in 2006.
20 September 2011: Violence has escalated in Sanaa during the last three days. Military defectors backing anti-government protesters are fighting with troops loyal to President Ali Saleh taking the death toll to more than 50 people. April Alley, Crisis Group’s Yemen Senior Analyst, explains the situation on the ground, and what can be done to stop the violence. 4:41
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Widespread hunger and chronic malnutrition have taken hold in Yemen. A protracted political stalemate over much of the past six months has left the government in paralysis, prompting a fuel crisis that has brought the economy to the verge of collapse. A recent study by Oxfam found many communities to be on the brink of disaster. In other parts of the country the United Nations has found that some vulnerable communities are now facing critical levels of malnutrition.