Originally published on September 10, 2014.

Home to globally recognized honey and coffee exports, Yemen's agricultural sector has great potential. Yet some 54 percent of Yemenis live in poverty and 43 percent are food insecure.

This PDF details our program in Yemen, which aims to revitalize the targeted high value crop value chains so that the rural population can have access to markets that will lead to improved incomes. Updated February 2016.

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