In collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health and Population, our healthcare team is sharing COVID-19 case management and education guidelines with health facility staff. We have trained 431 frontline health workers, community health volunteers and staff on COVID-19 case management and prevention methods, and provided 23 health facilities with cleaning materials—including gloves, waterproof overalls and soap—to strengthen infection control. In collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health, we also have trained community health volunteers (CHVs) on how to prevent and treat COVID-19. For example, our team has provided CHVs with materials on how to prevent and treat COVID-19 for them to distribute in their communities, reaching more than 850 residents, as well as to health facilities that we support in Sana’a. Despite the global shortage of protective equipment, our team in Yemen has been able to source and distribute more than 700,000 PPE and IPC items—including masks, gloves, gowns, sanitizers and soap—to health facilities, health workers and other staff members. In addition, we donated 16,000 N95 masks to an NGO that runs treatment centers for moderate to severe COVID-19. These centers had been in danger of shutting down operations due to the lack of PPE. We are supporting the efforts of the Danish Refugee Council, an NGO, to implement an innovative concept called community shielding, to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in crowded conditions. It is based on social isolation principles that recognize the challenges of complying with social distancing and prevention measures in over-populated displacement sites. All health facilities supported by the organization continue to provide care, so far screening at least 115,408 beneficiaries and referring 576 patients who fit the criteria for suspected COVID-19. Three mobile units and two ambulances deployed in the south of the country also provide primary health services as well as COVID-19 referrals, and we continue to raise awareness about COVID-19 through a variety of means, including in person, via radio and through print media.