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Yemen

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR EMERGENCY RESPONSE IN YEMEN

Since civil war broke out in Yemen in 2015, ongoing violence there has led to a steady deterioration of humanitarian conditions in the country, and has sharply reduced the space within which humanitarian aid groups can conduct their work. International Medical Corps mobile medical teams are on the ground working to provide lifesaving medical treatment and nutrition services in some of the hardest-hit locations in Yemen during this current crisis.

International Medical Corps continues to reach areas of urgent need, providing assistance in Sana’a, Taizz, Ibb, Aden and Lahj governorates. Our humanitarian assistance programs currently include: rapid emergency response, health systems strengthening and service provision, maternal and child health, protection, community development and water, sanitation and hygiene, and food security and livelihood support. International Medical Corps has maintained a permanent presence in Yemen since 2012, with three offices and more than 150 local staff in the country.

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QUICK FACTS

  • Population

    Population
    26 Million

  • age

    Median Age
    18.6 Years

  • life

    Life Expectancy
    64.83 Years

  • life

    Fertility Rate
    4.09 children per mother

  • Infant Mortality Rate

    Infant Mortality Rate
    50.41 deaths/1000 live births

OUR PROGRAMS IN YEMEN

  • Population

    Health Services Support

  • Population

    Family and Community Health

  • Population

    Nutrition

  • Population

    Emergency Response and Preparedness

  • Population

    Water, Sanitation and Hygiene


RESOURCES

Yemen Capabilities Statement

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