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Supporting Pastoralism and Agriculture
in Recurrent and Protracted Crises

Yemen is home to 29 million people, around one in five of whom are between the ages of 15 and 24. Before the country’s protracted crisis, agriculture and fisheries contributed between 18 and 27 per cent to the country’s GDP.  This figure is falling as the farming sector has been among the worst hit by the crisis. Despite this, more than one in three working Yemenis continue to be employed in agriculture.

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Livelihoods and markets in protracted conflict: a review of evidence and practice - Annexes

Supplementary information for the rapid evidence review on livelihoods and markets in protracted conflict. The annexes comprise a compendium of country studies and grids of interventions.

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