Yemen is facing the repercussions of water depletion and high rates of population growth, which leads to the weakening of its water infrastructure. As part of WASH services and water quality monitoring in Yemen, the World Health Organization and the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center supported 68 health care facilities, and 899 water samples were tested from those hospitals to ensure safe water was provided to the targeted health care facilities. Where the World Health Organization and the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center provided 19.4 million liters of safe drinking water supplies between April and June 2021, reaching more than 751,000 people with this support.
Khabar Khair (Only Good News) Funded by the Yemen Humanitarian Fund (YHF), Benevolence Coalition for Humanitarian Relief (BCHR) in Ma’rib governorate, central Yemen, launched the Integrated Pre-emptive Intervention Project. This […]
European Commission Grants Urgent Humanitarian Aid of €150,000 to Cyclone “Tej” Victims in Three GovernoratesNovember 27, 2023
Khabar Khair (Only Good News) The European Commission has provided urgent humanitarian aid worth €150,000 to those affected by Cyclone Tej, which caused widespread destruction in three Yemeni governorates: Al-Mahrah, […]
FAO Initiates a Project to Preserve Biodiversity in Three Yemeni Governorates with a $16 million BudgetNovember 22, 2023
Khabar Khair (Only Good News) The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has launched a $16 million project to develop sustainable livelihoods and land management, as well as preserve biodiversity in […]