Improving living conditions within IDP hosting sites in Yemen

Yemen Humanitarian Action
May 2021
October 2022

Through this 18-month project, the Yemen Displacement Response Consortium will support 126,002 individuals across 28 districts in 9 governorates to improve the protection environment and living conditions in IDP sites in Yemen.

This project will continue the coordinated, joint-response of the consortium (comprising DRC, ACTED, NRC and IOM) in four main sectors:

- SMC: The Consortium will ensure target sites operate under functional coordination and management mechanisms at site and area level, site governance are established and/or strengthened, gaps are identified, and referral mechanisms utilized.

- Shelter: continue provision and maintenance of shelters.
Partners will use emergency shelters (0-3 months) and transitional shelters/upgrade kits (+3 months) due to complex land ownership issues in Yemen.

- WASH: continue to ensure adequate access to water through the construction of water infrastructure, latrines, and waste management systems as well as conduct hygiene promotion campaigns.

- Protection: continue to ensure the protection of IDP communities in terms of Housing Land and Property (HLP); inter-community conflict; Information Counselling and Legal Assistance (ICLA), Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA), case management, Explosive Ordnance Risk Education (EORE), as well as advocacy.

Current projects

Cash Consortium of Yemen (CCY) Harmonized Multi-Purpose Cash Assistance to Meet Critical Basic Needs Among Vulnerable Households

Provision of life saving WASH assistance to vulnerable IDP and Host Community households in Al Wady District, Marib Governorate, Yemen

Comprehensive Emergency Response to Communities Affected by Displacement, Health and Environmental Shocks in Yemen

Promoting resilience and social cohesion through an integrated response to vulnerable communities in Yemen