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Funded by the World Bank, UNICEF Yemen has successfully distributed vital medicines to 2,200 primary healthcare facilities in all governorates of Yemen.
The project is part of the “emergency human capital” initiative, aimed at safeguarding Yemen’s human capital by providing fundamental services concerning health, nutrition, water, and sanitation.
The program is designed within a multi-sectoral response framework to ensure a flexible, adaptable, and comprehensive set of interventions that are effective in responding to potential emergencies and disease outbreaks.
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Implementing a Project to Rehabilitate and Expand the Water Network in Aden

  April 23, 2024

Khabar Khair (Only Good News) A project to rehabilitate and expand the water network is currently being implemented to cover the existing deficit in the Old and Technical Mansoura neighborhood […]

Delivery of the Rehabilitation Project for 17 Back Alleys in the Cairo Area in Aden Governorate

  April 22, 2024

Khabar Khair (Only Good News) The local authority in Al-Mansoora district in Aden Governorate has received the rehabilitation project for (17) back alleys in the Cairo area from the implementing […]

Signing Five-Year Assistance Agreement between United States and the Republic of Yemen

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Khabar Khair (Only Good News) Yesterday, Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Dr. Waed Abdullah Batheeb and United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Country Director for Yemen Kimberlee Bell […]

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