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During the reporting period, humanitarian partners continued to pre-position life-saving supplies in Al Hudaydah City where a reduction in hostilities since 12 November provided a much-needed respite to the population.
Conflict however did not completely stop; sporadic fighting, shelling and bombardment continued to pose a threat to civilians in Al Hudaydah City and in other parts of the governorate. Airstrikes and shelling hit main roads in At Tuhayat and Zabid districts several times. The Protection Cluster estimates that there were up to 1, civilian casualties in November and that fighting damaged homes, and an unspecified number farms and humanitarian sites.
As part of the Al Hudaydah Response Plan, partners have pre-positioned 15, hygiene and transit kits and 8, immediate response rations kits in warehouses in the three districts of Al Hudaydah City. They have also pre-positioned 3, non-food item NFI packages, emergency shelter kits, 1, tents and 40, food baskets. Overall, partners working across the Al Hudaydah hub area have identified , displaced families from Al Hudaydah Governorate since June Of the displaced families, , have received RRM assistance.
The conflict continues to affect humanitarian operations. WFP reports that for the past two months, fighting has prevented its staff from providing food assistance to almost , people in two conflict-affected districts of Ad Durayhimi District. In October, it provided general food assistance to over , people in the governorate, including over 66, people in Al Hudaydah City. No major changes in the price of basic food commodities were observed in local markets. Al Hudaydah and Saleef sea ports continued to operate but the number of vessels berthing at the ports over recent weeks has declined.
In addition, as a result of ongoing fighting, fewer port staff are reporting for work for safety and security reasons, further decreasing the capacity of the port.