main needs of displaced and returnee
Food is the main need for displaced families in Hodeidah, Amran, Dhamar, Ibb, Taiz and Marib.
while having a house is the main need for displaced families in Hajjah and Sa’ada governorates.
The need for financial support comes third for all IDPs.
For returnee , the need for financial support has always been the second major need, and food is the first major need for returnee families.
It is estimated that about 26 percent of IDPs live in host areas, including public buildings, shelters or sporadic informal settlements.
Returnees who have returned to their places of origin have been severely damaged and unable to afford the restoration.
As well as their need to restore social and health infrastructure in order to resume their lives, restore their livelihoods.
Yemen’s population is estimated at 30.5 million out Of these, 24.1 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance.
12% of the population have been displaced .
About 3.6 million persons are displaced.
Ten million persons are in dire need of food .
And a quarter of a million people have reached the point of starvation.
While 14.6 million persons are in dire need of clean water .
14.2 million people were cut off from their livelihoods.
700,000 people left their homes in Hodeidah province .
Half a million displaced people live in the capital Sana’a.