Research and resources
January 31, 2022
Sharing to Survive
This report explores the role of social connections in helping Yemeni households cope with the crisis. It provides recommendations to help ensure that aid programming supports these connections.
April 05, 2021
“I Could Not Sleep While They Were Hungry”
This brief presents initial findings from a study in Yemen, to showcase why informal support networks are critical to households’ ability to survive and cope in the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
November 08, 2018
Food Security Strategies for Complex Crises
While often food security response in conflict environments is one-dimensional, Mercy Corps’ food security approach requires taking a multi-sectoral approach to building food security.
September 05, 2013
Promoting Youth Employment in Yemen
Mercy Corps completed a brief youth assessment in Yemen to create a snapshot of economic realities and identify opportunities for future livelihoods programming. The assessment, focused on urban youth, identified main constraints for youth of finding employment, and it puts forward recommendations for employment strategies.