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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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$31,500
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$49,500
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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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$10,000
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$47,438
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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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$0
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$65,450
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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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$0
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$66,000
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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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$60,500
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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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$44,000
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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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$0
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$47,080
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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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$16,500
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Honey beekeeping is the primary livelihood and income source for Hagr’s small-scale farmers. Yemeni honey is worldwide famous for its quality, taste and health benefits ranking amongst the highest valued on the international markets.

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$16,500
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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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$0
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$53,350
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Bread is the staple Yemeni food. Import restrictions have increased the cost of wheat flour, and prevailing insecurity in many parts of the country has restricted bakeries from staying open. Reviving bakeries is an opportunity to provide fresh and local bread to the population while reducing aid dependency and restarting the local economy.

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$0
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$50,710
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Since March 2015, 1,000 schools have been damaged or closed. The units which supply and provide for all school books in the country, the Sana’a School Production Unit and Aden Central Furniture Manufacturing Unit, are currently closed.Consequently, school children are without needed books, and schools are without furniture such as tables and cha

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$38,630
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The Ibb Food Production Plant is an annex to the University’s Faculty of Agriculture. It directly benefits small-scale farmers in the local areas providing farming inputs (seeds, seedling, organic fertilizer) and receiving raw supply material (milk) for its dairy production unit.

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$47,080
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