YEMEN:

CLP Highlights and Request for Applications

February 22, 2012

Last month, the Old City of Sana’a got some much needed attention. The Creative-implemented Community Livelihoods Project (CLP) gave the Old City a makeover by hauling 25 tons of trash from its streets and planting some new trees. In February, after the trash had been discarded, CLP turned its attention to citizens’ health, providing them with Mobile Medical Teams which aim to serve 2,000 of the Old City’s citizens. February also saw CLP’s mobilization and employment of 1,000 youth to enable them to serve as election monitors and observers. Please follow the links below for further details on these stories.

U.S. Deputy Mission Chief Visits Creative-CLP Old City of Sana’a Rehabilitation Project

Creative’s CLP Mobilizes 1,000 Youth as Election Monitors and Observers

REQUESTING APPLICATIONS

The Yemen Community Livelihoods Project (CLP) is seeking applications from all qualified organizations and/or prospective partners with relevant and demonstrated experience implementing developmental assistance programs in Yemen. Please click here for the Annual Program Statement, APS-CLP-001, Yemen CLP Rapid Response Program with detailed instructions.