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To shape a green, productive and inclusive Yemen

Yemen Our Home will be articulated into three main campaigns to support the most urgent recovery needs such as rebuilding and rehabilitating public and socio-economic infrastructure, reviving businesses to fight unemployment and bring solutions to community challenges, and economically empowering women as agents of change and for the revitalization of the local economy. We care for a greener, more productive and inclusive Yemen, where generations can safely attain their dreams and potential

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Green Yemen
Inclusive Yemen
Productive Yemen
Disrupted electricity supply and a heightened fuel crisis have forced millions into darkness, meaning many communities are unable to operate productive machines, run hospital surgery rooms, collect garbage, or truck or pump water for livestock, irrigation and drinking use. The scarcity of cooking gas has led to high dependency on unsustainable energy sources such as wood and charcoal which further damages natural assets of the country. Green Yemen will provide alternative energy, solid waste management support and water to safeguard the environment for future generations.
Green Yemen
Women bear a heavier burden of war, in particular women-headed households and widows, who must now find work in a culturally accepted profession to sustain their families. Women represent 50 percent of the Yemeni population; yet their role remains secluded and limited. An estimated 90 percent of Yemeni women of working age do not participate in the labour force. In addition, war has disrupted many maternal health facilities and midwifery services. The clinics lack equipment, medicine, and basic facilities. Inclusive Yemen will economically empower women for self-reliance and improve midwifery services as social business.
Inclusive Yemen
As of August 2015, 27 percent of micro, small, medium and large enterprises had closed as a result of the crisis. Businesses are being damaged and losing their customer base. Sourcing goods and commodities is made difficult due to import restrictions. Unemployment, which already stood amongst the highest in the region, is dramatically increasing as markets close and the economic activity comes to a standstill. Productive Yemen aims to revive businesses and social entrepreneurship skills, particularly among youth, to mitigate the impact of the war on communities.
Productive Yemen
OUR CURRENT PROJECTS

OUR PROJECTS ARE DEVELOPED IN PARTICIPATORY MANNER AND ADDRESS MOST URGENT NEEDS. YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

In Yemen, nearly 8 out of 10 babies die at birth or prematurely and 7 out of 10 mothers face severe pregnancy complications. The midwifery clinics cannot effectively provide safe healthcare to pregnant and lactating mothers as they lack equipment, medicine, and emergency facilities.

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Since March 2015, health services have been particularly strained. The health clinics are unable to cope with the growing numbers of emergency cases.

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$16,500
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$16,500
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Taizz is reknown for its dairy products which include traditional cheese and Laban. This is mainly a subsistence occupation with an untapped potential to meet dietary and income needs for producers and customers.

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War in Yemen is having a devastating impact on health services, compromising the provision of emergency health services. Due to the damaged and disrupted electricity supply lines, most of the country’s hospitals are not fully operating – in particular the operation theatres, the intensive care units, and emergency wards are barely functioning.

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War in Yemen is having a devastating impact on health services, compromising the provision of emergency health services. Due to the damaged and disrupted electricity supply lines, most of the country’s hospitals are not fully operating – in particular the operation theatres, the intensive care units, and emergency wards are barely functioning.

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Streets in most cities and towns of Yemen have experienced mounting solid waste as the garbage collection system slowed down due to insecurity, lack of fuel to operate solid waste management trucks and machines, and arrears in municipal employee salary payments.

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 Streets in most cities and towns of Yemen have experienced mounting solid waste as the garbage collection system slowed down due to insecurity, lack of fuel to operate solid waste management trucks and machines, and arrears in municipal employee salary payments.

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Rural women are the active agricultural labour force in Sa’ada’s Al-Anad area and greenhouse vegetable farming is their primary livelihood income source. The Al-Anad area supplies fresh vegetables to surrounding villages and major cities, including Sa’ada City.

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Lack of access to economic opportunities is one of the many challenges faced by Yemeni women, which ranks last in the Gender Gap Index. Better economic outcomes rely upon possessing the right skills.

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Success stories

Yemen Our Home is apolitical and non-religious. We select project according to the needs and feasibility only and work with trusted actors.
Success story
A midwife called shafiqa

Shafiqah Ahmed Abdullah is a 31 year old mother of four and holds a midwifery diploma. She was amongst the top students in her college. She earned her diploma supported by a scholarship from the Social Fund for Development as it was difficult for her and her family to secure the required expenses.

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