UNFPA Response in Yemen Monthly Situation Report #4 – April 2018

Publication Date: April 2018
Author: UNFPA Yemen


Yemen remains the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Three quarters of the population, more than 22 million people, urgently require some form of humanitarian help, including. 8.4 million people who struggle to find their next meal. On 3 April, Sweden, Switzerland and the UN Secretary-General co-chaired a pledging conference for Yemen. Forty Member States and regional organizations pledged more than US$2 billion against a funding ask of $2.96 billion. The contribution of $930 from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to the Humanitarian Response Plan has been fully disbursed with UNFPA receiving $11 million towards its response for reproductive health and women's protection.

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