Profile at a Glance: The Use of Profiling in Yemen (2010)

22.Nov.2010
By JIPS
Related Topics: Durable solutions

The profiling exercise informed the Government of Yemen’s durable solutions strategy, and helped shift the focus towards alternative solutions instead of focusing only on return. Through collaboration with a wide range of partners through the UNCT and protection cluster, the findings also fed directly into the CAP process for Yemen.

Profiling proved useful to find out about the situation in conflict areas with restricted humanitarian access, gathering information from those who have fled the area. It provided a more comprehensive picture of the situation in Sa’ana than other sources could. JIPS provided technical support throughout.

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