What’s it like working on Yemen’s sea operations?
Behind the scenes with logistician Fatouma Omar Mohamed13 March 2019
31-year old Fatouma Omar Mohamad from Djibouti City first joined WFP in July 2017. Fast forward almost two years, and today she follows the sea cargo operations from Djibouti to Aden and Hodeidah, a role that is critical to ensure lifesaving cargo gets to where it needs to on a daily basis.“My...
All set to scale up
The Logistics Cluster in the world’s largest humanitarian crisis30 January 2019
Each day humanitarian cargo – from generators to cholera kits – arrive in Aden, Hodeidah and Sana’a and is stored in facilities coordinated by the Logistics Cluster on behalf of the humanitarian community. In 2019, this storage space is set to increase to support the rapidly growing needs of...
Reinforcing skills of humanitarian responders in Yemen to reinforce the cluster approach
A skilled and well-trained team of actors is crucial for an effective response in Yemen.08 August 2018
VOS Apollo and VOS Theia: The Maritime Lifelines Flowing Through the Waters of the Gulf of Aden.
An interview with Lionel Schenal, Logistics Officer in charge of sea operations for Yemen26 April 2018
Humanitarian assistance struggling to reach affected population in Yemen as blockade continues 22 November 2017
An air corridor to fight cholera in Yemen 04 September 2017
In Sana’a, Yemen, Hands-on Trainings on Installing MSUs 21 August 2017
Working Together to Reach Hodeidah 16 May 2017
60 trips, 535 passengers and 14,600 km later – Thank you, VoS Apollo 07 December 2016
Yemen sea passenger service bridges humanitarian inaccessibility 21 September 2016
Yemen Operation Overview Infographic - 30 September 2015 09 October 2015