Ta'iz City Profile

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Taiz city, located near the port city of Al Makha on the Red Sea, is the Capital of Ta’iz Governorate. It is the third most populated city in Yemen after Aden and Sana’a. This City Profile (CP) examines Ta’iz city, which includes the districts of Al Mudhaffar, Al Qahirah and Salah. The CP further analyzes and describes the situation in the city of Ta’iz across a variety of sectors. It addresses key themes and findings made prominent by the impact of the ongoing conflict, its toll on the city’s population, and ability of institutions to provide basic services.

Sa'dah City Profile

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One of the oldest cities in Yemen, Sa’dah City was founded before the fourth century B.C. and thrived as a cultural and religious center. More recently, it gained popularity for being the cradle of the Houthi movement. Between 2004 and 2010, six separate rounds of conflict took place in the city, together these events devastated Sadah’s infrastructure and exacerbated the heavy toll on civilians.

Zinjibar City Profile

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Zinjibar is the capital of Abyan Governorate, located on the southern coast of Yemen, bordering Aden to the east. This city profile describes and analyses the situation in the city of Zinjibar across a variety of sectors. It addresses key themes and findings made prominent by the impact of the ongoing conflict, its toll on the city’s population, and ability of institutions to provide basic services.

Al Hodeidah city profile

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Al Hodeidah city, situated on the Red Sea, is Yemen’s fourth largest city and one of the country’s chief ports. This city profile describes and analyze the situation in the city of Al Hodeidah across a variety of sectors. It addresses key themes and findings made prominent by the impact of the ongoing conflict, its toll on the city’s population, and ability of institutions to provide basic services.

Sana'a City Profile

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One of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world, Sana’a is an historically important center and capital city for most early state polities in the region. It is also the administrative center of the Sana’a governorate. This city profile describes and examines living conditions and needs in the city of Sana’a across a variety of sectors. It addresses key thematic findings made prominent by the impact of the ongoing conflict, its toll on the city’s population, and the ability of institutions to provide basic services.

Aden City Profile

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Aden is the largest city of southern Yemen. It is also the administrative centre of the Aden governorate. At the time of writing, Aden was the internationally recognized capital of Yemen and recent developments regarding efforts to separate Aden as an independent city in Yemen have not been incorporated in the analysis. This profile describes and analyses the situation in the city of Aden across a variety of sectors.

Japan supports UN-Habitat with USD 800,000 for emergency shelter and to rehabilitate housing for vulnerable in Yemen

Al Hudaydah, Yemen, February 2019 - Japan is contributing USD 800,000 to the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) in Yemen to provide shelter for those displaced by conflict and to rehabilitate damaged homes belonging to some of the most vulnerable population.

The project will benefit around 310 vulnerable families, living in conflict-affected neighbourhoods and internally displaced people in in Al Hudaydah Governorate in west Yemen.

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EU and UN-Habitat launch city profiling project in Yemen to coordinate humanitarian, recovery and development investments

AMMAN, 28 January 2019 - UN-Habitat launched a new project to gather data on seven cities in Yemen to support them in coping with the impact of the ongoing conflict.

The meeting, hosted at in Amman, brought together 22 participants, including 13 Yemeni high level participants from national and city levels, to launch the project “Rapid City and Neighbourhood Profiling Towards a Development Oriented Urban Recovery Process in Yemen”, funded by the European Union with a total budget of nearly USD 2.36 million.

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