AbdulKarem’s death is one more tragedy for Yemen — the untimely death of a young person deeply committed to using his knowledge and skills to benefit his country.

On April 1, 2015, the program was handed over to us. This academic year we will have 45 Palestinian students on scholarship at a variety of private colleges.

With the prolongation of fighting, it was just a matter of time for AMIDEAST that tragedy would strike close to home. On June 16, we were deeply saddened to learn of the death of Sultan Iqbal Faqeer of Dengue fever, a disease that has become far too common in the deteriorating living conditions in Aden.

We are pleased to announce a new initiative to assist Yemeni students currently enrolled at accredited U.S. institutions who are facing financial hardships due to the Yemen crisis. The initiative, the Yemen Emergency Student Support Fund (YESSF), will provide critical, one-time financial support to selected...

Our 2013 annual report, Changing Lives, invites you to learn about a positive story. 

The Aden office, which opened in 1998, offers the full range of AMIDEAST services, including English language and professional training, testing, exchange programs, and an EducationUSA advising center. The move to a new facility is the latest in a series of efforts by AMIDEAST to strengthen the professional...