Arzaq and Ibrahim are two Yemeni teachers who volunteered to teach displaced students in Sana'a outskirt.
Without them, it is impossible to have education for displaced children.
On #WorldTeachersDay, join us in thanking them and all teachers for their inspiring dedication. https://t.co/mh61gK1FY2
Displaced Yemenis receive localized shelters that suit their environment in #Marib.
This type of shelter is best for the conditions in the Yemeni governorate because it provides protection from:
👉Wind & sandstorms, rains in autumn🍂, cold in winter❄️ & heat☀️ in summer. https://t.co/qy6yoc42JG
Over the past 6⃣ months, the truce in #Yemen has given Yemenis real hope & much-needed relief.
On #InternationalDayOfNonViolence, over 4.3 million displaced Yemenis across the country need a lasting peace🕊️ now more than ever. They need to return home & support their families. https://t.co/X5V6UF1lft
"My children are adults now and have their own responsibilities," said Naema, 75, who lives with her husband in a tent in Lahj after they fled from Taizz, Yemen.
On #OlderPersonsDay, a reminder that we cannot forget about their special needs. https://t.co/A38n07JOC3
At the port in Aden, #Yemen bidding farewell to 150 Somali refugees who are on their way back home.
Many have been #refugees in Yemen for years and consider it their second home.
This is the first group to leave since 2020, when returns halted due to the COVID-19 closure. https://t.co/tRhjLFjXjw
When it comes to education, no one should be left behind.
These displaced children spend time learning and making friends at UNHCR's community center in Al Jawf governorate in #Yemen.