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Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Update #02 Oct-Dec 2020

Newsletter

Highlights of UNFPA's response to mental health and psychosocial support in Yemen. 

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Monthly Situational Report #12 December 2020

Situation Report

Highlights of UNFPA's humanitarian response in December 2020

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Monthly Situational Report #11 November 2020

Situation Report

Highlights of UNFPA's humanitarain response in Yemen during the month of November 2020

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REGIONAL HUMANITARIAN ACTION OVERVIEW - ARAB STATES: FUNDING OVERVIEW FOR HUMANITARIAN CONTEXTS

Fact Sheet

The Arab Region is witnessing compounded humanitarian crises, the effects of which have become catastrophic. Some of these are protracted, as in Yemen, Syria, and Libya, while others have become forgotten, as in Somalia and the Palestinian territories. Meanwhile, the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed even more people behind safety lines to face gender-based violence and harmful practices against women and girls, who consistently bear the brunt of the challenges resulting from these crises.

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Monthly Situational Report #10 October 2020

Situation Report

Highlights of UNFPA's response during the month of October 2020. 

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ASRO Newsletter #10 October 2020

Newsletter

Highlights of interventions in the Arab States region during October 2020. 

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Monthly Situational Report #09 September 2019

Situation Report

Highlight of UNFPA's response in Yemen during the month of September. 

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Mental Health and Psychosocial Support Update #01 Jan-Sept 2020

Newsletter

Highlights of UNFPA's response to mental health and psychosocial support in Yemen. 

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Monthly Situational Report #08 August 2020

Situation Report

Highlights of UNFPA's humanitarian response in Yemen during the month of August 2020. 

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Flash Update #05 Escalation and Response in Marib

Situation Report

The situation in and around Marib remains volatile. Initial reports estimate more than 3,000 households (18,000 individuals)) have been displaced since the beginning of September 2020 alone.

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