- OCHA: Humanitarian Catastrophe Situation Report No. 13 (30 Jun 2015)
- IOM Regional Response - Situation Report, 25 Jun 2015
- UNICEF Humanitarian Situation Report, 17-23 Jun 2015
Appeals & Funding
- Humanitarian Response Plan - 2015 Revision (Jun 2015)
- Humanitarian Needs Overview 2015 (Revised)
The revised 2015 Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan aims to provide humanitarian assistance to the 11.7 million people in most urgent need
Since 26 March, 4.4 million people have received humanitarian assistance.
The national health-care system has reached a breaking point. Dengue fever cases are rising, chronic diseases lack treatment, and vital medical supplies and personnel cannot reach targeted people.
Commercial imports of food, medicine and fuel are at a virtual standstill. Seaports and airports are operating at minimal capacity and road networks are non-functional.
The objective of this overview is to support the development of national-level response and preparedness plans and facilitate joint priority actions in the areas of advocacy, resource mobilization, and coordinated engagement in cross border areas.
There has been a step change in the threat level in the region in 2015. There is an increasing concern about the confluence and compounding impacts of these threats, both at the national and the regional level. The outlook presented here will be updated on a bi-monthly basis.