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Yemen

Overview

COVID-19 in Yemen

Key Figures

  • People in Need

    23,400,000 13% increase since March 16, 2021

    Source: OCHA
  • People Targeted for Assistance

    17,900,000 12% increase since March 16, 2021

    Source: OCHA
  • Children in Need

    11,300,000 9% decrease since December 14, 2020

    Source: UNICEF
  • People in Food Crisis/Emergency (IPC phase 3+)

    17,400,000 29% increase since December 3, 2020

    Source: IPC
  • Acutely Malnourished Children

    2,200,000 2% decrease since February 12, 2021

    Source: IPC
  • Acutely Malnourished Pregnant and Lactating Women

    1,300,000 12% increase since February 12, 2021

    Source: IPC
  • Children IDPs

    2,000,000 No change since January 31, 2022

    Source: UNICEF
  • Displaced Households (per year)

    5,783 4% increase since April 23, 2022

    Source: UNHCR
  • Refugees & Asylum-Seekers in Yemen

    97,145 1% increase since March 25, 2022

    Source: UNHCR
  • Yemeni Refugees & Asylum-Seekers in Somalia

    9,002 1% increase since March 31, 2022

    Source: UNHCR
  • Yemeni Refugees & Asylum-Seekers in Djibouti

    6,356

    Source: UNHCR
  • Yemeni Refugees in Jordan

    12,871 No change since April 30, 2022

    Source: UNHCR
  • Yemeni Refugees and Asylum-seekers in Ethiopia

    2,463 1% decrease since February 28, 2022

    Source: UNHCR
  • Yemeni Refugees & Asylum-Seekers in Sudan

    2,239 No change since March 31, 2022

    Source: UNHCR
  • Somali Refugees & Asylum-Seekers in Yemen

    114,024 No change since October 31, 2021

    Source: UNHCR
  • Humanitarian Access Incidents (per month)

    253 2% increase since November 30, 2021

    Source: OCHA
  • People Assisted through WFP Food Assistance (per month)

    9,600,000 23% increase since February 28, 2022

    Source: WFP
  • New Displacements by Conflict (per year)

    143,000 64% decrease since December 31, 2019

    Source: IDMC
  • New Displacements by Disasters (per year)

    223,000 619% increase since December 31, 2019

    Source: IDMC