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application/pdfYEMEN HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE SITUATION REPORT- March 2017YEMEN HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE SITUATION REPORT- March 201727/04/2017658KB
application/pdfYEMEN’S FORGOTTEN CHILDREN THE URGENT CASE FOR FUNDING EDUCA"This document covers humanitarian aid activities implemented with the financial assistance of the European Union. The views expressed herein should not be taken, in any way, to reflect the official opinion of the European Union, and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains."23/04/2017968KB
application/pdfYEMEN’S FORGOTTEN CHILDREN THE URGENT CASE FOR FUNDING EDUCA"This document covers humanitarian aid activities implemented with the financial assistance of the European Union. The views expressed herein should not be taken, in any way, to reflect the official opinion of the European Union, and the European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains."23/04/2017968KB
application/pdfHUMANITARIAN RESPONSE SITUATION REPORT YEMENYEMEN HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE SITUATION REPORT- Jan/Feb 201720/04/2017650KB
application/pdfالكفاح من أجل البقاء: قصص من واقع النظام الصحي المتدھور في ایقع أطفال الیمن في قلب أكثر الأزمات الإنسانیة في العالم؛ عشرة ملایین طفل بحاجة ماسة للمساعدة، وأكثر من ملیوني طفل مصابون بسوء التغذیة – والعدد في تزاید . تسببت الحرب والإنھیار الإقتصادي وفشل المجتمع الدولي في التفاعل في ھذه الأزمة. 15/01/20174MB
application/pdfSTRUGGLING TO SURVIVE: Stories from yemen’s collapsing STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE: Stories from yemen’s collapsing 19/12/20164MB
application/pdfExternal Situation Report - Oct 2016Yemen External Situation Report 23/11/2016350KB
application/pdfExternal Situation Report - Sep 2016YEMEN HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE SITUATION REPORT20/10/2016304KB
application/pdfالمستقبل على المحك اطفال اليمن محرومون من التعليمتقرير حول أثر النزاع المسلح على التعليم في اليمن "المستقبل على المحك: أطفال اليمن محرومون من التعليم"22/06/2016713KB
application/pdfFUTURES ON THE LINE Yemen’s children missing an educationEven where schools have reopened, insecurity has contributed to a situation where fewer girls are attending classes, exacerbating the gender education gap that pre-existed the conflict. Those boys and girls who are at school often receive poor quality education, aggravated by the current crisis, due to a combination of overcrowded classrooms, shortages of qualified teachers, and lack of basic equipment including desks, chairs and text books.26/05/20161MB
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