The Yemen Emergency Electricity Access Project has worked across several of the country’s governorates and villages. We heard directly from the people on the ground about how, exactly, this project has changed their lives. Supported by the World Bank’s International Development Association (IDA) and the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS), we went to different areas and villages to listen to the people whose voices matter most for World Bank projects.
Al-Salam Hospital Can Now Open 24 Hours a Day Due to Solar Power
Ghawar Al-Haj in Horour Village: Vaccination Department in Health Center is Now Accessible
Hamama’s Family Improving Their Lives with Solar Powered Electricity in their House
Khyzaran Kolib No Longer Has to Walk 5 Hours to Get Water Thanks to Solar Power