March 2012

Finding common ground, Yemeni women seek new ways to work together

Activists and officials in Yemen are finishing work on proposals to improve its worst-in-the-world record on opportunities for women.

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March 2012

An era begins as Yemenis vote

Despite deep divisions over their country’s future, Yemenis achieved a milestone Feb. 21: a 60 percent turnout at the polls for a presidential election.

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March 2012

Saving the lives of pregnant women in Yemen

Midwife Samira Qaed recalls a woman who came to her village clinic in Yemen at the end of pregnancy. Like many Yemenis, she had gone into labor never having had a checkup.

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February 2012

Advocating for maternal health in Yemen

Children, pregnant women and new mothers are among the most vulnerable groups when it comes to healthcare deficiencies in Yemen.

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January 2012

Anti-corruption training for government staff begins in Yemen

More than 130 junior employees from Yemeni government ministries have been recruited to combat corruption, with their first intensive training taking place on Jan. 7 and 8 in Sana’a.

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October 2011

Yemen program shows flexibility during volatile times

By Joan Parker, President and CEO One of the pillars of locally-owned development is that the priorities of national and local stakeholders – government, civil …

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