Eight years of conflict have led to a precarious humanitarian situation the Yemen in terms of displacement, political instability,
severe economic decline, food insecurity/risk of famine and a collapse of essential public services. The internationally recognized
government (IRG) and the de facto authorities (DFA) agreed to an UN-brokered two-month truce signed in April 20221 which
has led to improvements in political stability, decrease in armed conflict and a reduction in civilian casualties by two thirds
compared to prior three months. The decrease in conflict in parts of the country since April has led to a decrease in new instances
of displacement compared to the last months of 2021.