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Adel Aklin – Teacher, Yemen
6 December 2012 (IRIN ), Adel Aklin, 48, an Arabic teacher in the Yemeni capital Sana’a, has seen his income fall because of the dearth of foreigners who have been scared away by ongoing insecurity in the strife-torn country.
Ali Abdullah al-Moudai – Community liaison officer, Yemen
6 December 2012 (IRIN ), Ali Abdullah al-Moudai, 28, from the village of Thula, about an hour’s drive from Yemen’s capital Sana’a, is lucky enough to have a reasonably well-paid job. The downside is that as the sole breadwinner in his 14-member household he has nothing left at the end of the month.
YEMEN: Wind and solar energy fall short of potential
6 December 2012 (IRIN ), Thirteen years ago electronics retailer Abdulmajeed al-Wahbani was one of the first people in Yemen to venture into the solar power business. So far the gamble has paid off.
Our Lives - A survivors' guide to hard times
6 December 2012 (IRIN ), Price Watch (Our lives)
CLIMATE CHANGE: In the Arab world, building fridges to live in an oven
5 December 2012 (IRIN ), In the last three decades, 50 million people in the Arab world have been affected by natural disasters, many of them extreme climate events, according to a new report by the World Bank. The report projects the horrific scenario of temperatures regularly rising to over 50 degrees Celsius by the turn of the century, which experts fear could lead to countless more disasters.
YEMEN: New challenges for aid worker security
14 November 2012 (IRIN ), Yemen has long been renowned as a place where foreigners, including aid workers, are at risk of kidnapping. On the brink of civil war last year, and with a still fluid social and political transition under way, new challenges for aid worker security are emerging, say experts.
Analysis: Dialogue and divisions in Yemen
6 November 2012 (IRIN ), Nearly a year after a Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC)-brokered deal set Yemen on a theoretical path towards political transition, the country remains deeply divided amid increasing poverty.
YEMEN: Sheikhs and shekels - the real cost of patronage
12 October 2012 (IRIN ), Sheikh Nasser Shareef grimaced as he described the state of public services in his tribal area in Marib Governorate, about 100km east of Yemen’s capital Sana’a. “Very bad. We don’t even have a police station. And hospitals and schools are empty. There’s no one and nothing inside them, no services,” he told IRIN.
Analysis: Where will Yemen’s aid money go?
28 September 2012 (IRIN ), Donors are pledging billions of dollars in aid for Yemen, but there are still many questions about where that aid will go, whether there is a capacity to spend it, and how it should be channeled. IRIN takes a look at the unfolding debate.
YEMEN: Women die as violence impedes antenatal care in Abyan
24 August 2012 (IRIN ), In June, after spending 11 months in a makeshift camp for people displaced by violence, 19-year-old Dawlah Muslih, then seven months pregnant, returned to her home in an area of Yemen where safety was supposed to have improved. It was a move her family would come to regret.

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