1. Provide life-saving assistance to the most vulnerable people in Yemen through an effective, targeted response.
INDICATORS TARGET MONITORED BY
# of CCCM staff and authorities with strengthened capacities in site management (disaggregated) 4058.6 CCCM
# of referrals tracked and addressed using the Area Based Approach 0 CCCM
# of CCCM staff trained in gender, GBV, PSEA and GBV risks mitigation  40 CCCM
# of user feedback surveys conducted 2 Logistics
# of individuals receiving emergency food assistance (in kind, cash or voucher transfers) on a monthly basis 16700000 FSAC
# of individuals provided with emergency agricultural, livestock, and fisheries kits 1800000 FSAC
# of migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers receiving food aid (in kind) 19600 RMMS
# of migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers supported with health care 128489 RMMS
# of Health and nutrition facilities staff trained on CMAM program 8762 Nutrition
# of outpatient treatment sites with defaulting rates less than 15 percent 4528 Nutrition
# of targeted supplementary feeding programs with defaulting rates less than 15 percent 4083 Nutrition
# of therapeutic feeding centers with death rates less than 10 percent 151 Nutrition
% of TFC sites with trained staffs and using adapted TFC Infection Prevention Control (IPC) guidance 0.75 Nutrition
% of Nutrition Surveillance sites operational with trained workers on IPC guidance 0.75 Nutrition
% of nutrition sites provided with PPEs supplies 0.75 Nutrition
# of functional mobile teams proving integrated package of primary health care (IMCI, nutrition, ANC, management of SAM/MAM, etc.)) 217 Nutrition
# of high severity districts reached by integrated nutrition, FSL, WASH, Health, and protection services. 50 Nutrition
# of CHNVs trained on infection prevention and Control 4044 Nutrition
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by repair, rehabilitation, augmentation and maintenance of water supply system 978498.079745415 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by water harvesting system 127135.08150136 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by improved water treatment system 387870.142340377 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by repair, rehabilitation, augmentation and maintenance of sanitation system 391085.77850306 WASH
Estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by support to solid waste collection and disposal 530315.962733221 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls supported with access to at least 15 l/c/d of safe water 945768.365283119 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls provided with treatment chemicals, and other treatment options 536149.979679845 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by operational support to water supply systems 956641.885345086 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by provision of spare parts and maintenance for water supply systems 684718.15623026 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by provision of water disinfecting agents and support for water supply treatment 281447.920121816 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by water quality surveillance 592335.691318594 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by operational support to sanitation systems 371412.198103718 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by provision of spare parts and maintenance for water supply systems 246250.706754791 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls provided with a basic hygiene kit 694371.394128187 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls provided with a consumable hygiene kit 1518789.95005211 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls reached with hygiene promotion and community engagement activities 1529437.1304268 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls provided with a disinfection kit 86774.7212870406 WASH
# of people trained with water supply and Sanitation capacity building activities 947.427718465909 WASH
# of volunteers trained in key hygiene messages and community engagement approaches 764.072265887969 WASH
# of people reached with capacity building activities 199.082579726971 WASH
# of WASH needs assessments informing cluster indicators shared with YWC 361 WASH
3.Protecting and Assisting Civilians
INDICATORS TARGET MONITORED BY
# of girls and boys who were referred to formal or non-formal learning opportunities 50000 Education
# of children provided with remedial classes 30000 Education
# of children provided with catch-up-classes 30000 Education
# of children (5-17 years, girls/boys) benefiting from expanded temporary semi-structured new classrooms and gender-sensitive and disability sensitive WASH facilities 130000 Education
# of children (5-17 years, girls/boys) benefiting from established, expanded or rehabilitated classrooms and gender-sensitive and disability sensitive WASH facilities 300000 Education
# of children benefiting from furniture and equipment, including desks, boards, solar power systems and with safety and security equipment in formal and non-formal 250000 Education
# of children (5-17 years, girls/boys) receiving school supplies (stationery, school bags) 350000 Education
# of children provided with recreational kits 50000 Education
# of students (5-17 years, girls/ boys), teachers and school administration benefitting from school feeding in formal and non-formal learning facilities 1800000 Education
# of children (5-17 years, girls/boys) receiving textbooks 800000 Education
# of children (5-17 years, girls/boys) provided with supplementary materials in formal and non-formal settings 200000 Education
# of teachers/facilitators (female/male) trained on Teaching in Conflict Context - TICC 10000 Education
# of teachers/facilitators (female/male) trained on active learning 10000 Education
# of teachers/facilitators (female/male) trained on Inclusive Education in Emergencies training 10000 Education
# of teachers/facilitators (female/male) trained on accelerated learning programmes 10000 Education
# of teachers/facilitators (female/male) trained on child-safeguarding policies and protocols 10000 Education
# of teachers/facilitators (female/male) trained on Mental Health, PSS and referral mechanisms sessions 10000 Education
# of teachers/facilitators (female/male) trained on school based risk reduction and safety 10000 Education
# of teachers/educators (female/male) receiving teaching materials 10000 Education
# of students whose learning outcome are monitored 5000 Education
# of HHs receiving Non-Food Items (NFI) 591167 Shelter/NFI
# of HHs assisted with emergency shelter 142203 Shelter/NFI
# of HHs assisted with rental subsidies 642629 Shelter/NFI
# of HHs assisted with shelter maintenance and upgrade 690291.000362933 Shelter/NFI
# of HHs receiving transitional shelter 234684 Shelter/NFI
# of HHs assisted with house rehabilitation and reconstruction 71342 Shelter/NFI
Provision of learning opportunities to partner organizations focus on female staff training 47 ETC
# people incentivized through cash for work for site maintenance (disaggregated)  6005.4 CCCM
# site tool kits and material for maintenance, safety and hazard prevention  936.6 CCCM
# sites with safety and risk prevention community-led projects 1561 CCCM
Percentage of ConOps cargo services requested and accepted, are fulfilled 0.8 Logistics
# of individuals benefiting from conditional and season specific cash transfer to rehabilitate community assets and infrastructure 2300000 FSAC
# of individuals provided with livelihoods assets restoration support, assistance in establishing micro-businesses, and skills in enhancing employability 600000 FSAC
# of migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers receiving cash grants 32150 RMMS
# of migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers receiving core relief items 29860 RMMS
# of migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers benifitting from enhanced water and sanitation services 29600 RMMS
# of migrants,refugees and asylum-seekers enrolled in formal vocational training 1000 RMMS
# of severely malnourished children enrolled in OTP services against the annual target 503827 Nutrition
# of SAM with medical complications enrolled in TFC against the annual target 43542 Nutrition
# of Moderately malnourished under-five children enrolled in TSFP against the annual target 1138674 Nutrition
# of children under five screened for acute malnutrition 3485593 Nutrition
# of Moderately malnourished PLWs enrolled in TSFP against the annual target 773186 Nutrition
# of TSFP sites planned to be scaled up in 2022 4754 Nutrition
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by repair, rehabilitation, augmentation and maintenance of water supply system 2283162.18607263 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by water harvesting system 508540.326005438 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by improved water treatment system 581805.213510565 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by repair, rehabilitation, augmentation and maintenance of sanitation system 586628.66775459 WASH
Estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by support to solid waste collection and disposal 1237403.91304418 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls supported with access to at least 15 l/c/d of safe water 1418652.54792468 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls served by provision of communal water tanks / taps 964075.191805471 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls provided with ceramic water filters 96170.8112985684 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls provided with treatment chemicals, and other treatment options 536149.979679845 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by operational support to water supply systems 1434962.82801763 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by provision of spare parts and maintenance for water supply systems 1597675.69787061 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by provision of water disinfecting agents and support for water supply treatment 656711.813617571 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by water quality surveillance 394890.460879063 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls supported with access to a safe, gender appropriate and functioning latrine 942135.341864513 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls served by rehabilitation / desludging of latrines 651177.384087266 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by cleaning campaigns 546697.07107254 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls served by washing / bathing facilities 27133.9335717321 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by operational support to sanitation systems 557118.297155577 WASH
estimated # of women, men, boys, and girls served by provision of spare parts and maintenance for water supply systems 574584.982427845 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls provided with a basic hygiene kit 694371.394128187 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls provided with a consumable hygiene kit 1518789.95005211 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls reached with hygiene promotion and community engagement activities 2294155.69564021 WASH
# of women, men, boys, and girls provided with a disinfection kit 130162.081930561 WASH
# of people trained with water supply and Sanitation capacity building activities 2210.66467642045 WASH
# of volunteers trained in key hygiene messages and community engagement approaches 3056.28906355188 WASH
# of people reached with capacity building activities 464.526019362932 WASH
1. Provide life-saving assistance to the most vulnerable people in Yemen through an effective, targeted response.
INDICATORS TARGET MONITORED BY
# of girls and boys, caregivers and community members who received awareness sessions activities 150000 Education
# of children enrolled in accelerated learning programme 30000 Education
# of children provided with Basic Literacy and Numeracy (BLN) 30000 Education
# of children (5-17 years, girls/boys) benefiting from established, temporary classrooms (Tents) and gender-sensitive and disability sensitive WASH facilities 75000 Education
# of children (5-17 years, girls/boys) provided with school transportation 20000 Education
# of children (5-17 years, girls/boys) supported by cash transfer 20727 Education
# of teachers benefitting from monthly attendance-based allowances 100000 Education
# of Education actors (female/male) trained on national standards and EiE 500 Education
# of Education actors (female/male) trained on advocacy of the needs and rights of children in crisis contexts 500 Education
# of Education actors (female/male) trained onEmergencies (EiE) and national/INEE minimum standards training 500 Education
# of Father Mother council members trained 6000 Education
# of students trained to play an active role in their school 6000 Education
# of children supported to sit for national exams 600000 Education
# of HHs assisted with natural hazard mitigation 328867.556925543 Shelter/NFI
# of HHs receiving winterization support 379842 Shelter/NFI
# of HHs provided with Housing, Land and Property support Shelter/NFI
IT service provision for community 2700 ETC
Training of ETC and other humanitarian community on prevention of digital/online sexual exploitation and abuse  84 ETC
# of functional community self-organizing committees with inclusive, gender-balanced participation of both men and women  4000 CCCM
# of community-based projects aimed at site management and community ownership  1561 CCCM
# of mass information campaigns conducted 4526.9 CCCM
# of sites with functional Complaints and Feedback Mechanisms established 1561 CCCM
# of persons benefiting from protection training or capacity-building 5954 Protection
# of individuals benefiting from protection cash assistance 100000 Protection
# community centres providing protection assistance and services supported 25 Protection
# of persons benefiting from community resiliency support (not including cp or gbv) 92104 Protection
# of persons benefiting from legal assistance 143812 Protection
# children and caregivers affected by the conflict and natural disasters reached with physical and mental wellbeing activities in conflict-affected 1218253.01944404 Protection
# children reached with critical child protection services (family tracing and reunification, case management, victim assistance) 27302.9558131785 Protection
# of dignity kits distributed 150000 Protection
# of heatlh facilities with available post-rape treatment kits 19 Protection
# of gbv beneficiaries reached with lifesaving gbv multi-sectoral services and cash support (including cash assistance legal aid, case management, MHPSS, CMR and Referral) 250000 Protection
# of service providers trained in GBV response, prevention and risk mitigation (includes clinical management of rape (cmr), case management (cm), gender-based violence (gbv), psychosocial support, standard operating procedures (sops), safe referral , pfa and gbv maimstreaming 2000 Protection
Estimated Area, in Square Meters, of land cleared or surveyed 1500000 Protection
# of persons benefiting from community-based initiatives on protection, including community development, awareness raising, conflict prevention/resolution and peaceful co-existence 114264 Protection
# of persons engaged as members of community-based protection networks and committees 1155 Protection
# of persons directly consulted or assessed through protection, human rights and ihl monitoring 1721682.2 Protection
# of vulnerable women, girls, men and boys access alternative income generating activities and skills building 80000 Protection
# of vulnerable women, girls, men and boys reached with awareness about GBV issues 2000000 Protection
#of targeted women and girls safe centres /spaces to be established 13 Protection
# of girls, women, boys and men reached with life-saving mine risk education messaging 3800713 Protection
# of passengers transported 0 Logistics
# of migrants and refugees supported with voluntary return 6600 RMMS
# of refugees and asylum-seekers Individually registered and documented 27400 RMMS
# refugees and asylum-seekers involved in community network 16068 RMMS
# of migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers receiving legal assistance 3000 RMMS
# of migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers with specific needs receiving PSS 11650 RMMS
# of refugee and asylum-seekers children enrolled in education programs 8300 RMMS
# of migrants, refugees and asylum-seekers receiving specialised protection services (focus on children and women) 59015 RMMS
# of mothers reached with IYCF individual/group counselling 1785767 Nutrition
# of girls and boys aged 6-59 months receiving multiple micronutrient Powder (MNP) 2428216 Nutrition
# of children girls and boys aged 6-59 months receiving Vitamin A supplementation 4730449 Nutrition
# of boys and girls aged 6-23 months at risk of malnutrition reached with Blanket Supplementary Feeding Programme (BSFP) 1100000 Nutrition
# of pregnant and lactating women at risk of malnutrition reached with BSFP 1100000 Nutrition
# of children under five screened through Nutrition Surveillance System 1200000 Nutrition
# of PLWs supported with cash assistance 300000 Nutrition
# of new NSS sites opened based on the scale up plan 380 Nutrition
# of SMART surveys conducted 43 Nutrition
4. All 3 strategic objectives
INDICATORS TARGET MONITORED BY
# of meetings conducted by formalized multi-agency coordination fora to facilitate an effective, well-coordinated, accountable, inclusive, and effective humanitarian response. 350 Coordination
# of information management products developed and disseminated 500 Coordination
# of IMAWG meetings conducted 12 Coordination
Timely preparation of, undertaking and completion of MCLA by December 2022. 1 Coordination
Population data set updated. 1 Coordination
Percentage of notification processes through the Humanitarian Notification System with EHOC. 1 Coordination
Percentage of security approvals for movements from local authorities in north Yemen. 1 Coordination
# of HAWG meetings conducted in Aden and at national level (Sana’a) 48 Coordination
# of SRM provided. 7 Coordination
# of road assessment missions conducted by UNDSS and/or in coordination with OCHA. 12 Coordination
Percentage amount of Yemen Humanitarian Fund funding going to front-line NGO partners. 0.75 Coordination
# of FTS reports produced and shared with the Yemen humanitarian community. 40 Coordination