Search IRIN archives

Search report results returned 910 report(s)
Data pager
First Page Previous Page
Next Page Last Page
Page size:
 910 items in 91 pages
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.
YEMEN: Time running out for solution to water crisis
13 August 2012 (IRIN ), The government of former President Ali Abdullah Saleh had taken strides to improve water access in Yemen in recent years. But last year’s uprising has pushed water down the list of priorities for the new government, according to aid workers and a government employee, with potentially devastating consequences.
Analysis: Patronage stalls Yemen’s transition
8 August 2012 (IRIN ), Nearly six months after his ousting from power, former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh continues to hold significant influence and control over military forces in the country. What are the new President’s prospects as he battles to stamp out patronage and gain control?
YEMEN: Water fights spark concern over refugee influx
20 July 2012 (IRIN ), Somali refugee Asmaa Abdullah, 35, and her three children, have been struggling to get water for more than a year in the run-down Safia neighbourhood of the Yemeni capital, Sana’a.
YEMEN: Abyan Governorate emerges from war
16 July 2012 (IRIN ), Damaged tanks, artillery pieces and other weaponry - some half-covered with sand - lie strewn on either side of the road about 12km west of Zinjibar city, capital of Yemen’s southern Abyan governorate.
AID POLICY: Accountability in Islam
4 July 2012 (IRIN ), The rights-based framework may only have been formally adopted by the international humanitarian and development community in the past decade; but the concept that people in need have a right to assistance has existed in the Muslim world since the birth of Islam.
YEMEN: Landmines stall IDP returns in south
27 June 2012 (IRIN ), When Yemen’s Defence Ministry announced in mid-June that militants of the Ansar al-Sharia group, which had controlled the southern governorate of Abyan since May 2011, had been routed, 40-year-old Saleh Salim Abu Khalil decided to go and check on his home in al-Kood District.
Analysis: Aid work conundrum in unpredictable Yemen
12 June 2012 (IRIN ), In the sweltering port city of Aden, about 300km south of Yemen’s capital Sana’a, two dozen international NGOs are struggling to meet mounting humanitarian demands caused by a war raging in neighbouring Abyan Governorate where government troops have for a month fought to crush a local Al Qaeda ally, Ansar Al Shariah.
Analysis: A faith-based aid revolution in the Muslim world?
1 June 2012 (IRIN ), Every year, somewhere between US$200 billion and $1 trillion are spent in “mandatory” alms and voluntary charity across the Muslim world, Islamic financial analysts estimate.
AID POLICY: Making Muslim aid more effective
1 June 2012 (IRIN ), Between the foreign aid of oil-rich Gulf States and the billions of dollars spent by Muslims in “mandatory” alms and charity every year, the Muslim world is by all accounts a huge reservoir of potential in the world of aid funding.

Advanced search or alternatively, search PlusNews using Google: