Multi-Cluster Needs Assessment of IDPs, Returness and Host communities in Yemen

Task Force on Population movement (TFPM)

 

Key findings related to livelihoods:

 

  • In identified IDP locations, key informants also revealed that the top three crisis-related factors affecting IDP and host community livelihoods were: security situation / safety (28% for IDPs, 31% for host community); increase in prices of productive resources (26% for IDPs, 24% for host community); and destruction of essential infrastructure i.e. irrigation, roads, utilities (11% for IDPs, 10% for host communities).
  • The same pattern was observed in identified returnee locations where key informants stated that the top three crisis-related factors affecting livelihoods of returnee and non-displaced community members were: security situation / safety (32% for returnees, 33% for non- displaced community members); increase in prices of productive resources (24% for returnees, 25% for non-displaced community members); and destruction of essential infrastructure i.e. irrigation, roads, utilities (11% for returnees, 10% for non-displaced community members).

 

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Country: 
Yemen