Yemen Office

Trust Consultancy & Development opened a new office in Aden, Yemen, aimed at bringing Trust’s international portfolio, experience, technical in-house capacities and extensive network of experts across Yemen as a first stage for the vision of covering MENA countries, to support the local organizations and professionals leading development and assistance programs to answer the most pressing needs of the populations in Yemen and in near future in the region.

After more than Eight year of conflict, Yemen remains one of the largest humanitarian crises in the world. In 2023, over 21.6 million people, 75 percent of the Yemeni population, require humanitarian assistance due to years of armed conflict, ongoing economic crisis, recurrent natural hazards and disrupted public services.

In 2023, an estimated 21.6 million people will need humanitarian assistance and protection services, a slight decrease from the 23.4 million people in need in 2022. This is largely due to technical changes in cluster-level needs assessments, as well as revised food security projections released in late 2022, rather than an overall improvement in the humanitarian outlook.
Moreover, after the conflicts and instability of the past 8 years, the national socioeconomic systems of Yemen remain on the edge of total collapse, while conflict, large-scale displacement and recurring climate shocks have left families vulnerable to communicable diseases outbreaks. Millions of children lack access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene services, and the country continues to experience regular outbreaks of cholera, measles, diphtheria and other vaccine-preventable diseases.


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