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This grant will support some of the deployment costs of administering vaccines to at least 1.3 million people.

A medical examination for those coming to the southern city of Taiz, medical precautions, for fear of coronavirus.

The project improves critical services; water and sanitation, transportation, energy infrastructure and solid waste management.



Marina Wes

Country Director, Egypt, Yemen and Djibouti

Tania Meyer

Country Manager, Yemen

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Apr 02, 2021

MENA Economic Update — Living with Debt: How Institutions Can Chart a Path to ...

The substantial borrowing that MENA governments incurred to finance health and social protection measures increased government debt. Countries must continue spending on health and income transfers, which will add to ...

Apr 01, 2021

An Overview of the World Bank Projects and Results in Yemen- April 2021

The World Bank has supported development in Yemen for over 45 years. The long history and close working relationship has helped the World Bank to continue supporting the Yemeni people and key institutions during the ...

Apr 02, 2021

Yemen's Economic Update — April 2021

An unprecedented protracted humanitarian crisis, aggravated by COVID-19, leaves many Yemenis mostly dependent on relief and remittances.

Sep 01, 2020

Yemen Monthly Economic Update

Yemen Monthly Economic Update is a monthly publication that analyzes Yemen's socio-economic developments in the preceding month. The monthly update is prepared by the World Bank's macroeconomics team.

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