I'd say, no reasonable
way, that I know of. It is written by Suse, for Suse; I think you could get the source code, have it not work in millions of ways (more with, say, Debian* than something more closely related to Suse) with other distros and work on fixing the problems. That would be a massive amount of work, to an extent that I wouldn't consider it worthwhile or reasonable, but YMMV, particularly if there are a team of people working on this. Or, maybe, you are prepared to exclude some areas of functionality.
You could look at other ways of achieving your objectives (...which are what, exactly?)...maybe webmin does some of what you want, maybe some other distro's control and config app does what you want.
You mention "Suse"...do you mean openSUSE or SLED/SLES? If
the problem is that you like/want Yast but you want support and/or a longer support period, then SLED/SLES might be your answer. Or, at least, a more sensible answer than re-writing Yast (btw, which Yast...the GUI app, or the Command Line one?)
* there is a yast4debian
project, but it seems long dead now (maybe 'was' was a better word than 'is'); I'm beginning to convince myself that I heard of this, back in the day, but it is a long time ago. You'd think that debian would be a particularly hard target distro, but someone felt the need to 'scratch that itch'.