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After nine years of conflict in Yemen, two in five children, or 4.5 million, are out of school, with displaced children twice as likely to drop out than their peers, according to a new report by Save the Children. The report, titled ‘Hanging in...

8 years of war, together with decades of historical conflict in Yemen, have left a deadly legacy of explosive ordnance (EO), including landmines, across the country – threatening children’s lives, their childhoods, and their futures. For many, the...

OCD Training of Facilitators in Yemen 2023

2023 - Child Rights Programming

This training was provided in cooperation between Save the Children´s Humanitarian Leadership Center in the Middle East and Eastern Europe and the partnership unit at the Yemen country office. Over the course of four days of training to enhance...

Hunger Programmes Compendium 2023

2023 - Child Health, Child Poverty ...

This programme compendium highlights some of Save the Children’s nexus-based programming that address hunger comprehensively. The interventions referenced in this compendium utilise a combination of life-saving, early recovery and long-term...

No one in Yemen has survived the past seven years unscathed. Not a single person in the country has not suffered a loss. Children have seen their friends, parents, and teachers killed. They have witnessed the repeated attacks on their schools and...

This briefing note highlights the immediate and long-term devastating impact of attacks on education on the millions of children, teachers and schools that are affected by the brutal seven-year conflict in Yemen. It also aimed at ensuring that...

This briefing sets out the extensive education needs in Yemen after more than six years of conflict and resulting impact on infrastructure, teachers, protection, as well as the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. It highlights Save the Children’s...

Today millions of children are on the frontlines of conflict. Despite progress in some areas, the trends over recent years are of increasing violations, increasing numbers of children affected by conflict and increasingly protracted crises. While...

Over the past five years, the war in Yemen has had a devastating impact on the children in Yemen, including on their mental health. Save the Children interviewed over 1,250 children, parents and other adult caregivers across three governorates in...

In 2017 Save the Children conducted a participatory study with 571 adolescent girls and boys, caregivers and community members in Iraq, Egypt, Jordan and Yemen. We wanted to hear directly from adolescents how conflict affects their lives, what...

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