Publications in YEMEN


physorg.com
5/15/2018

The midrib of the leaf (which has been transformed into a snap trap) bends slightly downwards in a flash, the trap halves fold in, and the water flea can no longer escape – as part of an interdisciplinary team Anna Westermeier, Dr. Simon Poppinga an

The Rundown As the rainy season arrives in Yemen, health experts warn that another cholera flare-up could be imminent. Since 2016, more than 1 million cholera cases have been reported in the country, resulting in over 2,000 deaths. In the past, case

How’s this for win-win? We’ve embarked on a project to provide clean energy to a hospital that provides maternity care and treatment for more than 21,000 women in Africa. We’re working with ImpactPPA (IPP), to provide a renewable e

Earth Day Network and ImpactPPA Announce Partnership to Spread Clean Energy Edna Adan Hospital to Receive Renewable Energy System to Power Facility Washington D.C., March 15, 2018: Earth Day Network (EDN) and ImpactPPA (IPP) today announced that the
Domus
3/14/2018

Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa &ndash SANAA, Tsuruoka Cultural Hall
Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa &ndash SANAA, Tsuruoka Cultural Hall

The Rundown In early November 2017, Saudi Arabia placed a crippling import blockade on war-torn Yemen. For several weeks the blockade halted food and fuel from entering the country. At the height of the blockade, fuel for pumping water ran out in ni
Hydrology
2/20/2018

Derived Optimal Linear Combination Evapotranspiration (DOLCE): a global gridded synthesis ET estimate Sanaa Hobeichi, Gab Abramowitz, Jason Evans, and Anna Ukkola Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 22, 1317-1336, 2018 We present a new global ET dataset and a
World Bank
2/15/2018

Even before the protractive conflict, implementing development projects in some of the most remote and disadvantaged districts in a number of Yemeni governorates faced significant challenges. To address these challenges, and overcome some of the pro
IPS News
2/15/2018

Children sit in a UNICEF-supported centre for vulnerable children, in the conflict-affected Hajjah Governorate, Yemen. Credit UNICEF /Brent StirtonBy Amina J. MohammedSTOCKHOLM, Sweden, Feb 15 2018 (IPS)It may seem as if achieving Sustainable Develo
Inhabitat
1/17/2018

Some villages in war-torn Yemen still don’t have electricity since the recent conflict started nearly two years ago, according to 24-year-old chemical engineering graduate Omer Badokhon speaking to Reuters. So he invented micro-scale biogas d

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