Yemenis

This article is about the demographic features of the population of Yemen (Arabic: سكان اليمن‎), including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.

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World Bank Group · 15 July 2024 English

aromatic plants are of great importance and use to Yemenis. There are fertile farms and many types of trees


MP-IDSA: Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses · 11 July 2024 English

Subsequently in late 2014, the Houthis became embroiled in a full-scale civil war with the internationally recognised Yemeni Government.1 In the course of the decade-long civil war, the Houthis gained …

20 June 2024. 4 “Failure in Delivering Aid for Yemenis ‘the Worst International Response to a Humanitarian


World Bank Group · 24 June 2024 English

The Yemen Economic Monitor provides an update on key economic developments and policies over the past six months. It also presents findings from recent World Bank work on Yemen. The …

per capita. This has left a vast majority of Yemenis living in extreme poverty, grappling with food GDP per capita (Figure 1.1), resulting in most Yemenis living in poverty and half of the population (17 World Bank Yemen Poverty Assessment reports that Yemenis are often exposed to multiple shocks and forms Food security is already a major challenge, and Yemenis are vulnerable to changes in prices as their coping widespread poverty, deprivation, and food shortages. Yemenis have already been struggling to get the aid they


World Bank Group · 23 June 2024 English

increasingly serves as the main source of income for Yemenis (36.6%) and employment for rural women (87%). Despite


UN: The United Nations · 13 June 2024 English

2 p.Concerns alledged abduction and detention by the Houthis of employees of UN agencies and non-governmental organizations.

services, without obstacles or restrictions, to all Yemenis in every part of Yemen. – The Government of


Sana'a Center for Strategic Studies · 4 June 2024 English

In an interview in 2013, Yahya al-Houthi – one of the brothers of the movement’s founder, Hussein al-Houthi – gave a glimpse of the group’s self-image as an oppressed minority: …

served as a call to arms and aimed to convince Yemenis that the Houthi group was an oppressed movement revolution, adopted new slogans that called on Yemenis to rise up and fight corruption.[29] While the bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-29338034 [43] “Yemenis celebrating 26 September revolution: History repeats al-Houthi.[59] This comparison implicitly divides Yemenis into those who are loyal, devout, and patriotic revolution.[60] Meanwhile, messages conveyed to rural Yemenis sow division. Enemies are identified, and emotionally


World Bank Group · 3 June 2024 English

participation. The ongoing conflict has devastated the lives, health, and economic prospects of ordinary Yemenis, and deepened vulnerabilities, especially for women and girls. However, global experience has shown

lives, health, and economic prospects of ordinary Yemenis, and deepened vulnerabilities, especially for women life, health, and economic prospects of ordinary Yemenis (World Bank, 2022). An estimated 226,000 people through the public sector, a major employer for Yemenis in 2014. As Yemen’s economy has declined and work basic goods out of reach for a rising share of Yemenis. The loss of oil export receipts, a rising import since 2019 has compounded Riyal depreciation for Yemenis living in IRG areas. Overall food supply has also


World Bank Group · 3 June 2024

participation. The ongoing conflict has devastated the lives, health, and economic prospects of ordinary Yemenis, and deepened vulnerabilities, especially for women and girls. However, global experience has shown


Sana'a Center for Strategic Studies · 2 June 2024 English

In the recent case of Yemen, the process of installing Al-Awlaqi was swift and smooth, contradicting the expectations of many due to reports of internal disputes over his leadership.[1] This …

strengthening alliances with local tribes, promoting Yemenis over other nationals, and maximizing the independence kidnapping Yemenis for ransom. In February, armed groups affiliated with Al-Qaeda kidnapped four Yemenis from


World Bank Group · 31 May 2024 English

participation. The ongoing conflict has devastated the lives, health, and economic prospects of ordinary Yemenis, and deepened vulnerabilities, especially for women and girls. However, global experience has shown

lives, health, and economic prospects of ordinary Yemenis, and deepened vulnerabilities, especially for women life, health, and economic prospects of ordinary Yemenis (World Bank, 2022). An estimated 226,000 people through the public sector, a major employer for Yemenis in 2014. As Yemen’s economy has declined and work basic goods out of reach for a rising share of Yemenis. The loss of oil export receipts, a rising import since 2019 has compounded Riyal depreciation for Yemenis living in IRG areas. Overall food supply has also


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