Strengthening access to isolated populations affected by the worst humanitarian crisis of the decade to deliver ever essential aid
20.7 million people in need
+ than 4 million people displaced
67% of population are in need of humanitarian aid
341.280 people helped


After more than seven years of conflict, Yemen remained one of the most critical and complex humanitarian contexts in 2022.

Despite short-term ceasefires, fighting continued, resulting in renewed population displacements and more destruction. Over 4 million Yemenis have been displaced.

The continuing civil war has also brought economic hardship. The country has serious structural weaknesses and its basic services and infrastructure (water supplies, sanitation and health in particular) have been damaged by the fighting. The population is in an extremely vulnerable situation, and many communities are suffering from critical food insecurity. Yemen is also prone to natural disasters, such as flooding, and climate shocks. This heightens humanitarian needs, which are already extensive due to structural problems.

  • 32.98 million inhabitants
  • 183rd out of 191 countries on the Human Development Index

Our action

  • Mission
    opened in 2017
  • Team 14 international staff
    135 national staff
  • Budget 11.72M€

Our teams have stepped up their emergency response in Marib governorate. This region provides refuge for around two million people who were displaced by the conflict during 2022.

In areas affected by water scarcity, SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL has expanded its programs to increase the capacity and resilience of communities and local authorities with regard to water, sanitation and hygiene management. A pilot project using innovative approaches has enabled a map of underground water sources to be produced, in collaboration with local authorities and communities. This map will soon enable water to be used more efficiently.


Institutional and private funding partners ECHO, CDCS, Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs, SDC, BHA, CIAA, OCHA Pooled Fund for Yemen (YHF)
Operating partners IMC, CCY (DRC, Acted, NRC, Mercy Corps)

Our impact

Providing a rapid multi-sectoral response to shocks

  • Water transportation using water tankers
  • Emergency latrines, emergency shelters, basic necessity kits
  • Prevention and WASH response to cholera
  • Cash transfers and food aid
water sanitation

Providing populations affected by the protracted crisis with decent living conditions

  • Rehabilitation of water points
  • Household latrines
  • Hygiene kits and hygiene promotion
  • WASH activities in health centers and schools
people helped

Rebuilding and strengthening the resilience of communities affected by the conflict

  • Restoring livelihoods in rural areas
  • Sustainable water supplies in urban and rural areas
  • Hygiene promotion
  • Rehabilitation of urban sanitation systems

Should you have any questions, please contact Thomas Janny.

Thomas Janny


At head office