YEMEN PROTRACTED JOINT RESPONSE

Goal: Providing life-saving humanitarian assistance to Yemeni people in need, affected by ongoing conflict, displacement and drought.
Lead Organization: CARE Nederland
Organizations: Oxfam Novib, Dorcas, Stichting Vluchteling, ZOA, Save the Children, Cordaid
Duration: January 1, 2022 –
December 31, 2023
Highlight: The Joint Response for 2022-2023 has been designed according to identified priority governorates, based on those where humanitarian needs and gaps are known to be high and where members have access and presence to implement, either directly or with local partners, or a combination.

Type of response:

The overall objective of this programme is to provide multi-sectoral and integrated life-saving humanitarian support to people in need, prioritising the most vulnerable population, and facilitate early recovery and resilience of conflict population in Yemen, while ensuring that all activities promote equitable access to assistance for women, girls, boys, and men. Activities are building on current activities and so organisations can easily finetune their programming based on their lessons learned and respond to the needs mentioned in the needs assessment information for each sector. The Joint Response will keep building on their innovative ways of working such as solar powered pumps and new approaches that will help communities to become more resilient to future shocks.

Implementing areas: 9 governorates, Sa’ada, Hajjah, Sana’a, Taiz, Aden, Al Dhale’e, Dhamar, Al-Mahwit, and Lahj.

Working with: 8 local partners (Diversity Foundation; Yamaan; FCDF; ITCD; AFD; CHR; SPHEREYE Foundation; SDF; and additional 2 implementing INGO’s: Medair and IRC).

WASH:

  • Provision of Hygiene kits
  • Hygiene promotion
  • Construction/rehabilitation of latrines
  • Provision of water supply

 

Health:

  • Health infrastructure rehabilitation
  • Mental and psychosocial support
  • Reproductive Health
  • Primary health care
  • Secondary health care
  • Community outreach
  • GBV (medical response)

 

MPC:

  • Unconditional cash transfers
  • Conditional cash transfers, cash for work

CONTACT US

Contact lead organization CARE Nederland
Hoai Tram Nguyen
T: +31 6 27 499 601
E: nguyen@carenederland.org