Learn more about our partner, Humaniti.

Photo: © UNHCR/Keane Shum

Humaniti is a global organization focused on informing, inspiring, and improving the lives of people from all walks of life – with one simple goal, to leave humanity better than they found it. Humaniti has made generous and significant contributions to UNHCR’s lifesaving work in Yemen, through cash and livelihoods interventions.

“We are thankful for the partnership with UNHCR as it expands our commitment to provide life-saving support and hope to some of the world’s most vulnerable in Yemen and beyond.” – M. Firaaz Azeez, Executive Director

“On behalf of Humaniti, I’d like to extend our gratitude to UNHCR for the opportunity to infuse creativity, entrepreneurship and social impact collectively to leave humanity better than we found it.” – Shoaib Khan, Founder

Displaced family living in harsh conditions explain how they have benefited from Cash Assistanc

Displaced family living in harsh conditions explain how they have benefited from Cash Assistance ©UNHCR/Ahmed al Mayadeen


Yemen holds the harrowing title of being the worst humanitarian crisis in the world with over 20 million people in critical need. Through the generosity of UNHCR’s humanitarian partner Humaniti, cash assistance has been provided to displaced families in Yemen to help them meet their basic survival needs. Cash assistance works to uplift the most vulnerable, including those with specific needs, such as older persons, single women, children, persons with serious medical conditions, persons living with disabilities, and unaccompanied minors. Humaniti is also supporting UNHCR in delivering a unique and innovative livelihoods intervention in Yemen, which aims to empower women entrepreneurs through the local production of fortified nutritious food bars which will both enable income-generation and improve nutrition. This solutions-focused initiative will help give displaced women the ability to better provide for themselves and their children.

Learn more about Humaniti here.

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