Food security and livelihood

The catastrophic effects of the conflict in Yemen have not been limited only to the infrastructure and the humanitarian situation. The worsening of this deterioration extended to the business sector and the economy this time when government salaries were suspended. This measure not only affected the official staff, but also caused the worst humanitarian crisis in history. The World Food Organization reports that the war in Yemen has exacerbated the rates of malnutrition, as nearly 24.4 million people in 2019 need urgent food aid to avoid the country from Malnutrition diseases that may lead to catastrophic consequences, especially for children.



ADO aims to assist most vulnerable people to get access to food and alleviate   their acute starvation, enhance the food security and improve living standards of people who depend on agriculture as the only source of income in areas affected by the conflict where cash, vouchers and food are distributed to host community, and IDPs. Where beneficiaries reached 570,561 until April 2020


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