Yemen: Monthly Situation Report No. 4 (July 2018)

Report
from Relief and Development Peer Foundation
Published on 31 Jul 2018

Highlights:

  • RDP reached 45,766 beneficiaries disaggregated 15,179 men, 20,626 women, 4,808 boys and 5,153 girls through integrated package of Health, nutrition, WASH and Food Security Interventions in July, 2018.

  • Daily Nutritional Services in Mudhiakhera District, Ibb Governorate.

  • Community based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM) Training for health workers in Mudhaikhera District.

  • Daily Health and Nutrition Services in Mudhiakhera District.

  • UNOCHA Observation in Mudhiakhera District.

  • Najid Aljumaeii health center is completely rehabilitated in As Sabrah District, Ibb Governorate.

  • Emergency Water Supply in Fara AlUdayn District, Ibb Governorate.

  • Hygiene Awareness – Raising in Fara AlUdayn District.

  • Daily Nutritional Services in Ash Shamayatayn District.

  • Free Nutrition and Medications in Ash Shamayatayn District, Taizz Governorate.

  • WASH Basic Services in Ash Shamayatayn District.

  • Second Distribution Cycle of Food Assistance Vouchers in Shara'b Ar Rawnah District, Taizz Governorate.

  • Third PDM Survey in Ash Shamayatayn District.

  • First PDM Survey in Shara'b Ar Rawnah District.

Humanitarian Context

As of 17 July, 1,014 displaced households have been assisted through the rapid response mechanism (RRM). The figure includes 271 displaced households currently living in six public schools in Sana’a City. As schools are due to reopen in few weeks, discussions and assessments are underway to move the IDPs to the Olympic Centre dormitory in the Capital.

Casualties among civilians including children reported, figures are not confirmed. As of 29 July, 1,961 displaced HHs from Al Hudaydah Governorate have been assisted through the rapid response mechanism (RRM) out of a total of 4,686 HHs registered.

On 26, 27 and 28 July, airstrikes occurred near a reproductive health centre and public laboratory in Al Hudaydah and hit and damaged a sanitation facility in Zabid and a water station, which supplies the majority of the water to Hudaydah City.

On 29 July, the Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen, Lise Grande issued a statement warning that civilians are at extreme risk from airstrikes in Al Hudaydah Governorate where an unstoppable epidemic of cholera could be triggered should water and sanitation system breakdown. As of 29 July, some 30,647 displaced households (HH) from Al Hudaydah Governorate have been assisted through the rapid response mechanism (RRM) out of a total of 39,995 HHs registered.