ARD’s PROJECTS, its leadership and how it is funded.
This section provides an overview of ARD’s mandate, its leadership and how it is funded. It also includes a detailed section on ARD’s flagship and thematic publications, and on the Agenda for Humanity – a plan put forward by the UN Secretary-General calling on global leaders to stand up for our common humanity and reduce humanitarian suffering.
Alatta for Relief and Development (ARD) with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) implementing Institutional Assessment of the Water and Sanitation Corporations and the Cleaning and Improvement Funds in Aden and Almukalla Project No: 00114138 Duration: April 1, 2019 to June 30, 2019 Location: Aden and Hadramout-Sahel Governorates Total Beneficiaries in the four institutions: (8611) beneficiary • Water and Sanitation Corporation in Aden (2024) • Cleaning and Improvement Fund in Aden (4018) • Water and Sanitation Corporation in Almukala (787) • Cleaning and Improvement Fund in Almukala (1782)19,000.00 $ donated of 20,000.00 $ goal
Project location: Saada Governorate Number of beneficiaries: 625 Target group: 250 boys and girls are referred and provided medical care & psychosocial support. In addition, 072 of community leaders are equipped with skills and knowledge of psychosocial. Donor: OCHA20,000.00 $ donated of 20,000.00 $ goal
Project location: Saada Governorate Target number: 120 victims Number of beneficiaries: 232 victims Target group: victims of war Donor: UNDP0.00 $ donated of 20,000.00 $ goal
EMERGENCY LIFESAVING HEALTH RESPONSE PROJECT (ELHRP)
ARD aims to respond to the urgent needs of the conflict affected communities in 5 health facilities in 3 districts ( Mukayras – Wald Rabi’ -– Nihm) in Sana’a & Al-Bydah governorate with total beneficiaries of 21,470 (women 4,380, girls 6,570, boys 6,312, and men 4,208).Go to Project
OUR SUCCESS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
Amani is a 9-year old girl from a marginalized group living in Shareef, a village of Alzubia which has been hit by drought most of the year and is far away from the nearest water well. People use donkeys or travel long distances on foot to fetch water. Amani told us how she would feel sad seeing young girls wearing school clothes and laughing on their way to school while she was walking long distances with her daily companion, the family donkey, to look for water: “If my family did not need me to collect water every day, I could go to school and prove that marginalized people can study and succeed like the rest of the children”. The Yemen Humanitarian Fund (YHF) has been providing vital funds to local partners to bring clean water to local communities. On World Water Day, Amani and Abdullah's story tell us how access to clean water can be truly life-changing.Full Story
On a very dry sunny day, the health team of the Al-Atta for Relief and Development (ARD) had a visit to Al-Manaseh Health Center located in wild Rabei district Al-Bayda'a to start the activities of the Emergency life-saving Response Project. We set out from Rada'a town and along the way we noticed the roughness of the road that reflects the harshness of the place where there is no existence of life.Full Story
Nehim Success Story-Health ProjectIf you have ever heard about Nehim you will definitely have heard about battles, airstrikes, and bombs. Through our project we have looked at this district from different aspects and focused at the humanitarian situation out there.