This project will provide 40 war affected families with adequate assistance to fulfill their basic food needs and ability to meet immediate survival needs for food for 3 months in Sanaa city in Yemen. The food security situation in Yemen is alarming in almost all parts of the country with disrupted supply routes, closed markets, diminishing food supplies and increasing prices. The project addresses the need to provide critical lifesaving food assistance.
Recurrent crises in Yemen since the the war in 2015 have weakened the livelihoods and resilience of the already vulnerable people, limiting their ability to withstand additional external stress and further putting in jeopardy the already precarious food insecurity situation of millions of Yemenis. According to WFP, about 12 million people in Yemen are currently food insecure. Families, have insufficient food stock and they are facing an actuate food shortage that can lead them acute malnutrition
The project takes a fully comprehensive approach that targets 40 families specifically those who are within the marginalized communities, and provides them with adequate assistance to fulfill their basic food needs for 3 months by provides them with food voucher which they can use it in their local grocery store.
The project will improve the access of 4o families of the marginalized groups and directly affected by the war in Yemen to emergency food assistance that meet their basic food needs for three months.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).