It’s known that Kharaz camp is a geographically isolated area and the people there cannot get food except the food provided by WFP. Vegetables and fruits are not available. Thus, the refugees there established a Friday market. Refugees’ traders and the people from neighboring villages come to the camp on that day to sell and buy their goods.
In 2006, ADRA Yemen initiated a Conflict Mitigation Project in 5 governorates which sought to address the root causes of conflict in targeted areas of Yemen by building better conflict management and mitigation capacities among rural communities. We received the following comments upon completion of the project.
Beginning on October 23, torrential rains of a tropical storm hit parts of Yemen. The storm had devastating effects, especially in Yemen’s eastern Hadramawt and al–Mahra governorates, both of which were declared disaster areas. ADRA worked with local communities to provide health and medical equipment, as well as materials to rebuild homes and livelihoods.