28 September 2017
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Ahlam a pu donner naissance à son enfant en toute sécurité, par césarienne, dans une structure de santé à laquelle l’UNFPA avait fourni du matériel. © UNFPA Yemen/Fahmia Al-Fotih
NATIONS UNIES, New York/TAIZZ, Yemen – « Mon mari et moi étions d’accord pour prendre part à la planification familiale pour ne plus avoir d’enfants, mais il a subi des pressions de sa famille et je suis à nouveau... Read more
21 July 2017
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Dr. Farea à l'hôpital du 22 mai à Sanaa, consulte Ibtisam, une femme enceinte atteinte de choléra. © UNFPA Yémen
SANA’A, Yémen – L'épidémie de choléra au Yémen se propage à un rythme sans précédent avec une moyenne de 5000 personnes infectées chaque jour, et près d'un mort par heure selon un rapport des Nations Unies. En moins de... Read more
23 March 2017
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A displaced woman from Taizz receives a dignity kit containing hygiene supplies and other basic items. © UNFPA Yemen
SANA’A, Yemen – On 26 March 2015, the conflict in Yemen dramatically escalated. Two years later, it has become one of the worst humanitarian crises in the world.  An estimated 18.8 million people – two thirds of the... Read more
28 December 2016
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At age 9, Shukria was forced to drop out of school to get married. Now, at 55, she has returned to school and wants to help other vulnerable women beat the odds. © UNFPA
IBB, Yemen – Shukria was married off at just 9 years old. The wedding was arranged to settle a debt her family owed to a 50-year-old man. “He told my father he would forget the debt and give even more money if he could... Read more
16 November 2016
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Hana’a was married off at 15. She endured brutal violence at the hands of her husband. © UNFPA Yemen
IBB, Yemen – Last year, Ayisha was married at only 13 years old. She delivered a baby several weeks ago – a girl. “My family forced me to get married and took me out of school,” she told UNFPA while recuperating from... Read more
31 October 2016
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Violence against women was widespread even before the current conflict, but experts say abuses are becoming even more commonplace. A women's shelter in a port city in Yemen. © UNFPA Yemen
SANA’A, Yemen – The conflict in Yemen has been catastrophic for its civilian population. Thousands have been killed and over 12 million people are now targeted for humanitarian assistance. Many have been pushed into... Read more
16 August 2016
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Women and girls have been disproportionately affected by the conflict in Yemen.  © UNFPA Yemen/Fahmia Al-Fotih
SA’ADA, Yemen – Civilian fatalities are mounting in Yemen, with some of the deadliest episodes of violence taking place in the last two months. UNFPA estimates over 400,000 pregnant women are caught in the conflict,... Read more
3 May 2016
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OBOCK, Djibouti – Four months pregnant and living amidst constant shelling and airstrikes, Jamila decided she had to flee her home in Taizz City, Yemen. “To leave everything behind and flee, not only for your own life,... Read more
28 March 2016
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SANA’A, Yemen – Aisha* was raised in a one room apartment adjacent to her father’s grocery shop in a small town 100 kilometres from Sana’a, Yemen’s capital. Shortly after she turned 12, her father introduced her to a 60... Read more
18 February 2016
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SHABWAH, Yemen – The nearly year-old conflict in Yemen has now embroiled 21 of the country’s 22 governorates, civilian casualties are increasingly common, food is in short supply and many hospitals, police stations and... Read more

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