The Nexus Yemen initiative is a collaborative effort aimed at addressing the complex challenges faced by Yemen through a multi-sectoral approach. As part of this initiative, data was collected from various organizations, including clusters, international organizations, and local organizations, who expressed their interest in being added to the Nexus Yemen initiative group. The data collection process resulted in a total of 82 organizations that have a presence and interventions in all hubs of the Republic, including Sana’a, Saada, Hadramout, Taiz, Aden, Hodeidah, and Hajjah. The data that will be collected from the 82 organizations will serve as a valuable resource for identifying gaps, developing targeted interventions, and ensuring a comprehensive and integrated approach to addressing the needs of the population.
ADO will Through this initiative, the public service capacities will be enhanced, provide cash assistance, food baskets, and shelter, and improve the overall resilience of Yemen’s institutions and communities. By working together, these organizations can make a significant impact in improving the lives of the most vulnerable populations in Yemen. By working together, these organizations can leverage their expertise, resources, and networks to provide essential services, including healthcare, nutrition, and public health services, to the most vulnerable communities in Yemen.
ADO experience in HDP Nexus includes:
The third project is concerned about food security and livelihood project. Resilience through Innovative and Sustainable Improvement of Food Security and Livelihoods for Returnees, IDPs, and Host Communities in the Western Coastal areas of Yemen is a components do not contribute directly to any specific peace-building measures, they do have a mitigating effect on tension and conflict between host community, returnees and IDPs. On the one hand, for instance, through reduced conflict over fire-wood collection by households. On the other hand, fishermen have been known to agitate against authorities on the imposed restrictions limiting their livelihoods, for which local authorities welcomed the fish farming initiative in early conversations as a way to mitigate the negative effect some of these restrictive security measures have on fishermen livelihoods.
A project concerned with Strengthening Institutional and Economic Resilience in Yemen (SIERY), Infrastructure and Equipment under the Local Resilience and Recovery Fund (L2RF) concerned about building the infrastructure that supports make the government able to respond and building their capacity.