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10 Jan 2017 description
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KEY STATISTICS – DISPLACEMENT AND RETURN

CONFLICT RELATED: The 12th TFPM identifies, in connection with the ongoing conflict, 2,007,216 internally displaced persons (IDPs) across 21 governorates; the majority, 50%, are displaced in Hajjah, Taizz, Amanat Al Asimah and Sana’a. The TFPM has identified 1,027,674 returnees in 19 governorates; the majority, 68%, have returned to Aden, Amanat Al Asimah and Taizz.

01 Nov 2016 description

KEY STATISTICS – DISPLACEMENT AND RETURN

CONFLICT RELATED: The 11th TFPM identifies, in connection with the ongoing conflict, 2,179,278 internally displaced persons (IDPs) who remain in a situation of displacement across 21 governorates; the majority, 51%, are displaced in Hajjah, Taizz, and Sana’a. The TFPM has identified 1,010,016 returnees in 20 governorates; the majority, 68%, have returned to Aden, Amanat Al Asimah and Taizz.

05 Sep 2016 description

IN NUMBERS

14.1 million people food insecure (more than 50% of the population)

2.75 million people displaced since the escalation of conflict in March 2015

1 million reached by FAO since March 2015

USD 17.85 million FAO funding gap against the Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan 2016

KEY MESSAGES

31 Aug 2016 description
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In Numbers

21.2 million (82 percent of population) in need of humanitarian assistance (2016 Yemen Humanitarian Needs Overview)

14.1 million food insecure of which 7 million severely food insecure (June 2016 Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) analysis)

2.8 million internally displaced and returnees (HCT Task Force on Population Movement, 9th Report, May 2016)

19 Aug 2016 description
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Figures released today by UNHCR and IOM show that forced displacement across Yemen is on the rise. The conflict has now uprooted 3,154,572 people which include 2,205,102 individuals who remain displaced across the country and some 949,470 displaced people who have attempted to return home.

The figures appear in the latest report of the Task Force on Population Movement (TFPM), a technical working group led by UNHCR and IOM as part of the humanitarian response to the crisis in Yemen.

19 Aug 2016 description

KEY 10TH REPORT DATA AT A GLANCE

Indicative information collected at the community level from key informants;

  • Conflict IDPs: 367,517 households/2,205,102 individuals

    • Natural disaster IDPs: 4,124 households/24,744 individuals
  • Conflict displaced returnees: 158,245 households/ 949,470 individuals

28 Jul 2016 description
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Briefs for UN Security Council highlight how millions of people remain trapped in a vicious cycle of violence and hunger

Joint FAO-WFP news release

29 July 2016, Rome - Protracted conflicts affecting 17 countries have driven millions of people into severe food insecurity and are hindering global efforts to eradicate malnutrition, two UN agencies have warned in a report submitted to the UN Security Council.

04 Jul 2016 description

KEY FIGURES

2,499,429 People affected by the conflict (in Yemen and adjacent countries), including refugees and internally displaced persons prior to and as a result of the current conflict.

2,053,093 Persons internally displaced prior to and as a result of the current conflict.

178,001 Arrivals to Djibouti, Ethiopia Oman, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, and Sudan mainly by sea or overland since late March 2015.

02 Jul 2016 description

IN NUMBERS

14.1 million people food insecure (more than 50% of the population)

2.75 million people displaced since the escalation of conflict in March 2015

118 000 people reached by FAO since March 2015

USD 20.05 million still required by FAO within the Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan 2016

KEY MESSAGES

30 Jun 2016 description

Gabriella Waaijman

Life has begun to return to the streets of Amran city in Yemen. But these signs of normalcy hide another reality. Most of the 2 million people who have fled their homes inside Yemen are invisible, suffering silently behind the walls of relatives' houses. This is the paradox of Yemen's story.

30 Jun 2016 description

Access Constraints

Road Update

Non accessible

  • Taizz city through Al-Qahira, Al-Modhafer and Al-Wazea'ia districts.

  • Hodeidah to Taizz through Al-Shemayten, Al-Ma'afer, Al-Mawset, Jabal Habshi and Al-Misrakh districts.

  • Sana’a to Al-Hazm city.

  • Aden to Taizz through Karesh, At Turbah.

Difficult to access:

  • The roads in Al-Baydha directorates are damaged due to floods and rainfall that occurred in April 2016.

26 Jun 2016 description

In Numbers

21.2 million (82 percent of population) in need of humanitarian assistance (2016 Yemen Humanitarian Needs Overview)

14.1 million food insecure (June 2016 Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) analysis)

of which 7 million severely food insecure (June 2016 IPC)

2.8 million internally displaced and returnees (HCT Task Force on Population Movement, 9th Report, May 2016)

49,797 refugee and migrant arrivals in Yemen from the Horn of Africa in Jan-May 2016 (Regional Mixed Migration Secretariat/UNHCR)

21 Jun 2016 description

Situation expected to deteriorate if fighting continues – over half of the population living in crisis

Joint FAO-WFP news release

21 June 2016, Rome/Sana'a - Vast swathes of Yemen - 19 out of 22 governorates - are facing severe food insecurity according to a new joint assessment by the UN and partners, which warns that the situation within affected areas is likely to deteriorate if conflict persists.

19 Jun 2016 description
report Oxfam

Humanitarian crisis continues: The UN humanitarian chief in Yemen, Jamie McGoldrick, on 2 June called Yemen an “invisible crisis” and expressed regret at the lack of international concern given to the country. He said that “the scale of the emergency is tremendous. The scale of the need is massive and the depth of the crisis is immeasurable”. According to the UN official, government services and the health system were hardly functioning before the conflict and “the war has all but broken them completely”.