INTERSOS’s intervention in Yemen began in 2008 to assist refugees in the Kharaz and Basateen camps. We then launched a programme to identify and support victims of human trafficking in Aden, Kharaz and in the Mayfa reception centre.
Since the outbreak of the conflict in March 2015, we are one of the few international organizations that have not abandoned the country, continuing to provide humanitarian aid to thousands of displaced persons and refugees fleeing from ongoing clashes and bombings.
Our efforts focus on providing medical and food assistance, support and organize school and professional classes for children and teenagers, psychological care and protection for the most vulnerable women and children and for the victims of abuse and violence, and support for families at risk. INTERSOS intervenes both in the north and south of the country, bringing aid to the most remote and hard-to-reach locations in the Governorates of Sana’a, Aden, Hadramout, Taiz, Ibb, Hajja, Mahweet and Lahj.
PEOPLE ASSISTED THROUGH MOBILE CLINICS (2017)
MALNUTRITION CASES TREATED (2017)
RECEPTION SPACES FOR CHILDREN (2017)
PERSON ASSISTED WITH LEGAL OR PSYCHOSOCIAL SUPPORTED SERVICES (2016)
MINORS VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE OR AT RISK IDENTIFIED AND ASSISTED (2017)
ASSISTED PERSONS (2017)
NUMBER OF PROJECTS (2017)
Since March 2015, a violent conflict in Yemen is bringing the country to its knees, leading it to a social, economic and institutional collapse. 18.8 million people need humanitarian assistance, about 70% of the country’s population, including 2.2 million displaced persons and almost half a million refugees and migrants. Since the beginning of the conflict, the air strikes have intensified, destroying schools, hospitals and airports. Water and electricity supplies are often interrupted, and medicines and fuel are difficult to find. Bombings and ground clashes make the security conditions extremely volatile and many areas are unreachable and isolated from humanitarian aid.
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