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2021

Providing emergency water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and health assistance, and a humanitarian hub for aid operations in \Ma’rib governorate

Yemen

Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF)

Titre : Providing emergency water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and health assistance, and a humanitarian hub for aid operations in \Ma’rib governorate

Pays /Région : Yemen

Code projet : 21-RR-IOM-008

Durée : Project start : 27 May 2021 | Project end : 26 Nov 2021

Présentation
With support from CERF, IOM improves access and service delivery in conflict-affected Ma’rib by operating a humanitarian hub, a critical enabler of the rapid delivery of humanitarian services for internally displaced persons (IDPs), migrants and host communities in Ma’rib. The facility will provide at least 120 office work spaces, 40 accommodation spaces, as well as common services such as security, internet, conference facilities, a clinic, transportation and evacuation capacity, for at least 10 UN Agencies and several other humanitarian partners (INGOs) based on needs. IOM also carries out critical water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and Health activities. Under its WASH programme, IOM targets 15,500 conflict-affected people with assistance. In the Health sector, IOM will contributes towards reducing avoidable morbidity and mortality via emergency, primary and secondary health services (including nutrition screenings due to the risk of famine and extreme hunger in Yemen) a minimum package of services (MSP) in two hospitals, one health center and six mobile teams. IOM provides assistance to 59,663 people.

Population ciblée : 75 163 Host communities, Internally displaced persons

Recipient UN Agency  : IOM

Financement : $4,728,716

Présentation : CERF

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