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Enhance Rural Resilience in Yemen (ERRY I)


Titre : Enhance Rural Resilience in Yemen (ERRY I)

Pays : Yemen
Localisation : 14 districts in four governorates (Abyan, Hajjah, Hodeidah and Lahj)

Durée : March 2016 — December 2020

The project is designed to realize four practical outcomes : * Communities have better resources and more reliable income sources. * Access to solar energy provides communities with a reliable income source. * Communities are stronger because they enjoy basic services and supportive relationships. * Institutions deliver services in a way that satisfies human needs and gains community trust.

Worsening a pre-existing humanitarian crisis, conflict in Yemen has caused major loss of life, forced people from their homes, and impeded the delivery of water, health and other basic services.
The Enhanced Rural Resilience in Yemen Programme (ERRY) is a three-year (2016-2019) joint programme funded by the European Union and implemented by FAO, ILO, UNDP and WFP, to enhance the resilience and self-reliance of crisis-affected rural communities in Abyan, Hajjah, Hudaydah, and Lahj Governorates. ERRY helps rural people and communities to better cope with crises, risks and shocks. The project encourages development of renewable energy as a way to achieve financial and community stability, prioritizing the people and groups whose need is greatest.

Ultimately, the project is expected to help build communities of people who are personally and financially secure, and therefore prepared for risks and shocks, as well as institutions that can provide basic services, and make sure that human needs are met.

Organisme mise en œuvre : United Nations Development Programme

Financement : Mptfo Jp Yemen Rural Resilienc United Nations Development Pro United Nations Office For The Coordination Of Humanitarian Affairs (unocha)
Budget : $26,322,975

Présentation : PNUD

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