The development objective of the Integrated Urban Services Emergency Project for Yemen is to restore access to critical urban services in selected cities within the Republic of Yemen. The project financing is an IDA grant of SDR 106.2 million, in an amount equivalent to US 150 million dollars. The project will finance activities that support the restoration of critical urban services in selected Yemeni cities. The restoration of urban services, including water and sanitation, transport, energy and solid waste management, will be critical to improve health outcomes, basic living conditions and local economic activity.
United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
Director, Middle East Region
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