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Welcome to the UNICEF Somalia resource hub. Here you will be able to access electronic versions of publications, studies and other resources produced by UNICEF Yemen. 

Yemen: Parenting in a War Zone series
2019 - The conflict in Yemen has a mounting cost to the lives of mothers and newborns.

Scaling up support: Results for children of Yemen 2017-2018
2019 - Yemen is currently one of the worst countries for a child to live in. The statistics for children in need are staggering. But these are not just numbers but children with names, faces, families, friends, stories shattered dreams and lives cut short

2019 Humanitarian Action for Children: Yemen
2019 - The conflict-driven humanitarian crisis in Yemen has been described as the largest emergency in the world, with more than 22 million people in need of humanitarian assistance.

2018 Humanitarian Action for Children: Yemen (revised, September)
2018 - The continued conflict has rendered Yemen one of the world's largest and most complex humanitarian crises. Almost 80 per cent of the population (22.2 million people) is in dire need of humanitarian assistance.

Yemen Nutrition Cluster Bulletin - Issue 1/2018 (Jan - Mar)
2018 - In this issue: History of the IFRR approach in Yemen, IFRR approach in a nutshell, Standard IFRR package, 2017 Nutrition Cluster Hall of Fame laureates, About Yemen Nutrition Cluster.

If not in school - The paths children cross in Yemen
2018 - Three years of brutal conflict in Yemen have put the education of 4.5 million children on the line due to non-payment of salaries for nearly three quarters o public school teachers in the country.

Yemen Nutrition Cluster Bulletin - Issue 4 (Oct - Dec 2017)
2018 - In this issue: From the Yemen Nutrition Cluster Coordination, Progress on Cluster Objectives, upcoming events; and key contacts.

Born into war - 1,000 days of lost childhood
2018 - More than 3 million children were born in Yemen since the escalation in violence in March 2015 according to a UNICEF report.

YEMEN Environmental and Social Management Framework
2017 - Yemen is currently battling one of its worst cholera/Acute Watery Diarrhoea outbreaks, adding to the devastation and suffering caused by the ongoing conflict.

Yemen Nutrition Cluster Bulletin - Issue 3 (Jul-Sep 2017)
2017 - In this issue: Development of the 2018 HNO/HRP; Progress on Cluster Objectives, upcoming events; and key contacts.

Yemen Nutrition Cluster Bulletin - Issue 2 (Apr-Jun 2017)
2017 - In this issue: Nutrition Cluster periodic monitoring report and revision of the 2017 YHRP; objective's progress; coordination performance monitoring and training on cluster approach and commitments to the accountability to affected population.

Fact sheet: What you need to know about cholera in Yemen
2017 - Yemen is in the grip of a fast-spreading cholera utbreak. With more than 53,000 suspected cases and close to 500 associated deaths from acute watery diarrhoea reported across the country so far,

Falling through the cracks: The children of Yemen
2017 - As the war in Yemen completes two years, children continue to pay the heaviest price while families’ coping mechanisms are stretched to their limit. Nearly 10 million children are in need of humanitarian assistance.

Humanitarian Action for Children: Yemen
2017 - Almost two years of conflict in Yemen have left 18.8 million people – some 70 per cent of the population – in need of humanitarian assistance.

Child Alert: Yemen: Childhood Under Threat
2015 - Child Alert is a briefing series that presents the core challenges for children in a given crisis location at a given time. This issue focuses on Yemen, where the conflict is exacting a huge toll on the country’s children.

Children on the brink: The impact of violence and conflict on Yemen and its children
2016 - This report highlights the heavy toll that the violence in Yemen is having on children and the deterioration in an already precarious humanitarian situation.

 

 
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