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    Yemen: Project Highlights – OSRO/YEM/100/JPN 2023
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    The Government of Japan contributed USD 2 090 909 to improve the livelihoods and food security of 11 000 farming and livestock-keeping households (79 280 people) in Al Bayda and Al Dhalee governorates of Yemen.
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    Yemen: Project Highlights - OSRO/YEM/006/KSC
    Emergency agricultural livelihoods assistance to conflict and COVID-19 affected populations in Lahj and Taiz for improving food security and nutrition
    2023
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    The protracted nature of the crisis in Yemen has decimated the livelihoods of vulnerable agriculture-dependant households; and the COVID-19 pandemic compounded their vulnerabilities. In response, the Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, through King Salman Centre for Relief and Humanitarian Aid, contributed USD 5 million to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations for the implementation of a project entitled “Emergency agricultural livelihoods assistance to conflict and COVID-19 affected populations in Lahj and Taiz for improving food security and nutrition”. The project was carried out from 11 October 2020 to 31 December 2022. The overall objective of the project was to protect the livelihoods and improve the food security of vulnerable livestock-keeping and farming households. In addition to capacity-building and awareness raising activities, the project provided 31 400 households (244 496 people) with 4 050 tonnes of concentrate animal feed, 405 tonnes of mineral blocks, 2.2 tonnes of mallow seed, 1.1 tonnes of onion seed, 4 400 cans of tomato seeds and 4 400 farming toolkits (axe, hoe and rake), enabling them to protect their livestock assets and produce 13 900 tonnes of vegetables.
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    The West Bank and Gaza Strip: Project Highlights - OSRO/GAZ/100/JPN
    Socioeconomic stabilization and resilience building for vulnerable Bedouin households in the West Bank and Gaza Strip
    2023
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    The Government of the Japan contributed USD 975 000 to the FAO project, "Socioeconomic stabilization and resilience building for vulnerable Bedouin households in the West Bank and Gaza Strip". The overall objective of the project was to protect the livelihoods and improve the food security of vulnerable livestock-keeping households. A total of 1 946 livestock-keeping households, of whom 419 were headed by women, approximately 10 000 people, were able to enhance their resilience to environmental shocks, as well as their capacities to establish sustainable income-generating activities through the provision of drought-resistant fodder seed, salt blocks and other farm tools, olive cake briquettes, mobile water tanks for migrating animals, poultry and dairy production packages and trainings.

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