Green Yemen

Green 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.

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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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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Water shortage is one of the major developmental issue in Yemen. The existing public drinking water stations cannot operate and pump at full capacity, due to the lack of fuel and electricity. This is creating acute shortages. Zingibar’s water station provides drinking water for 44,000 people living in Zingibar city and its surrounding villages.

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