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A young girl smiles while filling up a jug with fresh water.
Photo credit: Abdulrahman Alhobishi / CARE Yemen

CARE Yemen's Programs

Food Security & Livelihoods

Due to economic collapse, a loss of jobs and livelihoods, as well as soaring food prices, 16.2 million people in Yemen, are food insecure, including nearly 5.1 million who are suffering from extreme levels of hunger. Read More

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Water Sanitation & Hygiene

After more than six years of conflict, Yemen’s water and sanitation systems have almost entirely collapsed, with a total of 15.4 million people lacking access to safe water and sanitation. Read More

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Reproductive Health

Yemen records the highest maternal mortality ratio in the region and has been placed among the high alert countries for maternal mortality in the Fragile Countries Index. Read More

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Women & Youth Economic Empowerment

During crises, women and young people are among the most vulnerable groups and are severely affected by disrupted education, loss of livelihoods and protection risks. Read More

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Education & Vocational Training

Over 2 million school-age girls and boys are out of school and a total of 2,507 schools across the country are out-of-use; many have been destroyed during fighting or are being used to host internally displaced people desperate for shelter. Read More

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