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Context: 四人斗地主 Since the conflict between Al Houthi and the Saudi-led coalition that started in March 2015, Yemen has become one of the three emergencies in the world and is thus facing one of the worst humanitarian crisis, with 80 % of the population who is now in need of humanitarian aid. The context is highly challenging in regards to access to the communities despite significant needs in the country. Airstrike, embargo, high prices, etc have caused a profound deterioration of the nutritional situation and hundreds of thousands of lives are at risk.
Presentation of the mission: Since 2012, ACF has been present in Yemen and has been scaling up its emergency intervention substantially. The mission is now amongst one of the largest International NGOs in the country and is recognized as one of the key emergency actors in the country. ACF in Yemen is responding to the current crisis using a multisector emergency approach (Nutrition & Health, Food Security, WASH, and Mental Health programming), and to a multiple large-scale and interconnected emergencies: conflict, food security, and the cholera epidemic. Along with UNICEF, ACF designed and is piloting the country’s first Rapid Response Mechanism, and is representative of the INGO community on the HCT, ICCM, Access Working Group, the HPF Advisory Board, and on the Steering Committee that manages evacuation for the humanitarian community.
Our Nutrition & Health activities in Yemen: 四人斗地主In 2017, the Nutrition & Health teams have mainly responded to the needs in Hodeida governorate.
Hodeida by itself gathers 28% of the SAM cases, 22% of acute malnourished children, and 21% of Pregnant lactating women (PML) malnourished. In Hodeida, only 46% of the health facilities are functional, and only ¼ provide primary healthcare services.
In this area in 2016, ACF has been able to provide services for more than 7 000 malnourished children, 7 600 children with illnesses (under 5-year-old) and more than 3 000 pregnant and lactating women (PLW).
Despite having targeted Hajjah governorate, ACF had not been able to operate as planned this year due to access restriction since April 2016, and due to the suspension of mobile clinics.
To build a continuum in the activities, the Nutrition & Health objectives for 2017-2019 are to keep providing primary healthcare for children, adults, and PLW and to support MoPHP (Ministry of Public Health and Population) facilities in delivering CMAM, care capacity building, etc.
ACF is also currently targeting a UNICEF funding to operate in Abyan and Lahj governorates in the South of Yemen.
Thanks to this strong partnership with the MoPHP, the Nutrition & Health ACF teams benefit from a very good acceptance from the Ministry of Health and from populations.