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Elections to Form FMCs in Dimnat Khadir District of Taizz Governorate

Starvation threatens if we don’t act immediately.

Apart from the deadly clashes and armed conflicts happening around Yemen, almost two thirds of the population are painfully experiencing a war of starvation. Food insecurity may cause the worst humanitarian disaster in living memory. Yemenis would jeopardize themselves to do anything just for a piece of bread.

Dimnat Khadir district is no longer the area with economic prosperity. It is however the place where a large number of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and affected host communities are gathered. Unfortunately, it has been deteriorating and hosting too many conflict-affected households from neighboring areas since the war began. Most of its population – if not all – are requiring urgent humanitarian assistance before reaching to what it is called famine.

 

Recognizing the urgency of humanitarian needs, Relief and Development Peer Foundation (RDP) is implementing the project of the “Emergency Food Assistance for the most Vulnerable Households” in Dimnat Khadir district of Taizz Governorate which is funded by Yemen Humanitarian Pooled Fund (YHPF). Its main objective is to make sure that conflict-affected households in Khadir-As Salami and Khadir Al-Badw sub-districts are having easy access to food rations. Clearly, reaching the most deserving and vulnerable families would be through the members of Food Management Committees who facilitate the aid delivery among the community.

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