Adapting a Resilience Improvement Programme in Conflict: Experiences from Yemen

When fighting broke out in Yemen’s Dhamar and Sana’a governorates in March 2015, Save the Children quickly had to transform the objectives of their resilience-building programme to meet urgent humanitarian needs through an emergency food-assistance programme.

The programme was largely successful due to the field staff's previous experience and already established network, as well as the pre-existing infrastructure of MasterCard’s electronic food-voucher programme. This document evaluates the programme transition and investigates what made it successful.

Published 2017-10-12

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