Yemen Situation Update (29 June 2016)
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.
The road from Sana’a to Ma’rib is difficult to access due to ongoing armed clashes and it is difficult to obtain clearances.
Amran (Harf soufian) bridge is destroyed and alternative roads are difficult to access.
Many bridges in Sa'ada were destroyed and alternative roads are difficult to access, exact locations are unknown.
The latest Access constraints maps are available at the following links:
Yemen Access Constraints map: www.logcluster.org/map/yemen-access-constraints-map-28-june-2016
Taizz Governorate Access Constraints Map: www.logcluster.org/access-constraits-map-taizz-june-2016
Hodeida port is operational with 8 vessels discharging at berth, 25 vessels awaiting at anchorage.
Saleef Port is operational with 2 vessels discharging at berth, 10 vessels awaiting at anchorage.
Aden Port is operational with 8 vessel discharging at berth, 5 vessels awaiting at anchorage.
Hodeidah port rehabilitation
- The Logistics Cluster and WFP held meetings with port authorities to discuss further details regarding the port rehabilitation.