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. We also have provided 39 health facilities with cleaning materials—including gloves, waterproof overalls and soap—to strengthen infection protection and control. Also in collaboration with the ministry, we have trained community health volunteers (CHVs) on how to prevent and treat COVID-19, providing them with related materials to distribute within in their communities, reaching 9,761 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 981,597 PPE and IPC items 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 those diagnosed with moderate to severe cases of COVID-19, which had been in danger of shutting down operations due to the lack of PPE. We are helping another NGO, the Danish Refugee Council, implement an innovative concept called community shielding, to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in crowded camp conditions. All International Medical Corps-supported health facilities continue to provide care, so far screening 314,552 people for COVID-19 and referring 24,266 patients suspected to have the disease. Five mobile units and two ambulances we have deployed in the south of the country are providing primary health and nutrition services, as well as COVID-19 referrals. In addition, we have reached 8,822 people with COVID-19 information through our Child Nutrition in Emergencies program. We also are raising awareness about COVID-19 in hard-to-reach areas, and in households without radio or television, by using vehicles equipped with speakers. We continue to raise awareness about COVID-19 through a variety of means, including in-person discussions, radio and print media, so far reaching 75,887 people through our community health workers, radio and TV coverage.