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ECOSOC HUMANITARIAN AFFAIRS SEGMENT

YEMEN HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN 2018 Scaling up KEY FIGURES

RESPONSE (JAN-APR 2018)

22.2M PEOPLE IN NEED

1

OUT OF

2

PEOPLE WITHOUT ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE

75% OF THE POPULATION

60%

PEOPLE ARE FOOD INSECURE

REQUESTED SECTOR

2M

PEOPLE DIPLACED

FUNDED

PERCENT FUNDED

REQUESTED (MILLION)

FUNDED (MILLION)

1,271.0

706.5

55.6%

Health

31.7%

572.4

180.8

WASH

33.7%

298.8

100.7

195.4

73.9

195.3

50.0

106.7

35.9

104.1

39.4

25%

99.1

24.8

20.8%

53.4

11.1

37.8%

Nutrition

25.6%

Shelter/NFIs/CCCM Refugees and Migrants

33.6% 37.8%

Protection Emer. Employment & Community Rehab. Education Logistics

61.5%

37.9

23.3

Coordination

92.1%

22.9

21.1

Emergency Communications

-

2.2

-

Not yet specified

-

-

215.3

UN HEADQUARTERS, NY

REACHED

TARGETED PEOPLE TARGETED (MILLION)

PEOPLE REACHED (MILLION)

Health

12.3

2.28

WASH

11.1

7.61

Food Security & Agriculture

8.8

7.40

Nutrition

5.6

0.53

Protection

5.0

0.93

Shelter/NFIs/CCCM

3.0

0.33

Education

1.8

0.51

Emer. Employment & Community Rehab.

1.2

0.07

Refugees and Migrants

0.17

0.03

49.3%

RECEIVED

Food Security & Agriculture

13M

SECTOR

FUNDING (US$)

2.96BN 1.46BN

7.4M

OPERATIONAL PRESENCE Humanitarians have expanded their operational presence across the country, reaching millions of people each month. There are 156 organizations working in 96 per cent of districts providing assistance to people in need including food, nutrition, water and sanitation and health assistance.

156

ORGANIZATIONS

321/333

96%

DISTRICTS

16-19 11-15 6-10 1-5

AS OF 31ST MAY 2018

YEMEN HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE PLAN 2018

HEALTH AND WASH RESPONSE

P R I N C I PA L ACT I V I T I E S

In Yemen, some 1.25 million civil servants have not been receiving their salaries regularly since 2015. As a result, they have had to look elsewhere to find livelihoods opportunities to feed themselves and their families. This has had a devasting effect resulting in a lack of doctors, nurses, healthcare and sanitation workers, especially in rural areas.

CHOLERA TOP 100 PRIORITY DISTRICTS PRIORITIES 1 2 3 4

• Vaccinating people • Chlorinating water sources • Pre-positioning supplies •R  e-training health and WASH teams

100 DISTRICTS AT HIGH-RISK OF A CHOLERA OUTBREAK

With lessons learned from the 2017 cholera outbreak, aid workers have been preparing for another potential outbreak. We have crafted and integrated cholera prevention and response strategy concentrating on the 100 high-risk districts where an outbreak is likely.

16M

18%

PEOPLE WITHOUT ACCES TO WATER AND SANITATION