Integrated Multi-sector Intervention
Life-saving Services for Conflict-affected Communities


  • starts on 01/07/2017 and ends on 30/06/2018 Actual End Date: 30/08/2018

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    Targeted group

  • Hudidah governorate – Az Zaydiyah district.

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Life-saving Services for Conflict-affected Communities in health
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  • Provide integrated primary secondary and referral health services, including referral for clinical care for GBV cases, surveillance and response and medical supplies in Azzaydiyah District.
  • Reduction in effects of protection violations against women through the provision of protection assistance ( GBV)
  • Reduction of excess morbidity and mortality through the provision of emergency life-saving WASH services
  • Reduction of suffering of conflict-affected individuals through the provision of NFI Assistance


Health and nutrition:
  • one Health Facility, namely Azzaydiyah Health Center,supported through the provision of drugs, supplies, equipment, staff training as well as provision of incentives to the staff to enable them to operate the facility to serve around 24450 individuals.
  • 24,450 of patients provided with healthcare services
  • 12 of health professionals trained
  • 2,200 of children vaccinated (boys 1000 girls 1200)
  • 24,450 of affected people provided with health promotion messages (Men: 7,477 women:- 8,159 boys:- 4,065 girls:- 4,749)
  • 12 of Community Health Volunteers trained on identification, screening, referral and follow-up of malnourished and GBV cases at the community level (men 6 women 6)
  • 5 of key local individuals engaged in community-led nutrition efforts (men 3 women 2)
  • 10,000 of boys and girls 6-59 months screened for acute malnutrition (boys 5000 girls 5000)
  • 3,000 of vulnerable women, girls, men, and boys reached with awareness about GBV issues.
  • 3,000 of affected women, girls, boys and men aware of how to access psychosocial support.
  • Wash:
  • 24,450 of individuals benefiting from improved access to water from site rehabilitation.
  • 3,492 of households provided with access to at least 15 lpd of drinking water points.
  • 3,492 Household water containers distributed.
  • 62 of communal latrines built.
  • 15 of community volunteers trained in hygiene promotion and cholera awareness.
  • 24,450 people get awareness of hygiene promotion as well as cholera awareness (causes, prevention, treatment) and key messages.
  • 400 of household reached with basic and consumable hygiene kits for 12 months.
  • water management committees established and trained on the management of the water schemes.

  • 200 of households assisted with NFIs
  • 200 households received shelter materials(Emergency Shelter Kit for IDPs)