UNICEF believes that partnerships and collaborative relationships are critical to deliver results for children and to realize their rights.
In Yemen, UNICEF works with a broad range of partners in order to achieve such outcomes. UNICEF maintains close relations with donor governments, other public sector partners and UNICEF National Committees around the world to develop and implement child-focused programmes and policies; with civil society organisations to advocate for policy change and to deliver services for children; with the media to raise public awareness about children’s issues; and with humanitarian and development UN agencies, national and international non-governmental organisations to develop a joint response to issues affecting children.
UNICEF continues to deliver integrated response across Yemen. Results achieved for children would not have been possible without the contributions from our partners and UNICEF National Committees.
Government donors and multilateral organisations
Civil Society Organizations
In line with UNICEF’s Global Strategic Framework for Partnerships and Collaborative Relationships, and the Guiding Principles of Partnership with Civil Society Organisations, UNICEF Yemen delivers results for children in partnership with local partners, including civil society and community-based organizations, which provide excellent opportunities to engage more efficiently with the communities at the grassroots level and to realize children's rights, even in the most remote areas, thanks to a strong local expertise and experience.