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Livelihood and economic recovery : Strengthening social cohesion and community resilience (Yemen)

Yemen

MultiPartner Trust Fund Office (MPTF

Titre : Livelihood and economic recovery : Strengthening social cohesion and community resilience (Yemen)

Pays : Yemen

Dates : 21 Aug 2014 //30 Sep 2015

Identification : 00091651

Présentation
The overall objective of the project is to promote unemployed IDPs youth (young women and men), women and men living in poverty, and populations most vulnerable or at risk of return to violence to become drivers of innovation and economic recovery, and contributors to peaceful coexistence and a successful political transition. The specific objective of the project is to support 2,300 unemployed IDPs, youth (young women and men), women and men living in poverty, and populations most vulnerable or at risk of return to violence to engage in productive economic activity over an 18 month period in selected Governorates of Yemen.The Theory of Change underpinning the project is that poverty and unemployment, (the main drivers of the conflict in Yemen), of youth, women and marginalized populations is reduced through improved livelihood opportunities contributing to reduced levels of risk of return to conflict supporting a peaceful transition process.

Strengthening the resilience of fragile, conflict affected communities in Yemen, requires a holistic, integrated and multi partner approach. The project approach is in line with the three track approach (UN Policy for Post Conflict Employment Creation, Income Generation and Reintegration) by focusing on i) livelihoods stabilization ; ii) local economic and governance strengthening, including reintegration of affected groups such as IDPs ; and iii) inclusive social and economic growth.

Budget approuvé : 4,800,000 US$

MultiPartner Trust Fund Office (MPTF)

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