Almost three years into the conflict, Yemen remains the largest man-made humanitarian crisis globally. A staggering 22.2 million people – some 75 per cent of the population – need humanitarian assistance, including 11.3...

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On 1 December 2017, tensions between Houthi rebels and the General People’s Congress flared up, sparking fierce fighting in Sana’a City and other areas of Yemen leading to the assassination of former President Ali...

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On 6 November, ‘temporary’ closure of all of Yemen’s airports, seaports and land crossings took effect, disrupting the delivery of humanitarian assistance to 27 million people. UNFPA and all humanitarian actors called...

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Yemen is now the world’s largest humanitarian crisis, including the fastest growing cholera epidemic ever recorded, and the world’s largest food emergency. Some 20 million people require humanitarian assistance, seven...

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UNFPA's strategic priorities in its humanitarian response to the Yemen crisis include the following: Availability of life-saving reproductive health drugs, supplies and equipment to health facilities; mobile...

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UNFPA's humanitarian response to the crisis in Yemen includes: Provision of emergency SGBV kits and supplies: Medical supplies including post-rape treatment kits are distributed to selected health government and...

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UNFPA's response to the crisis in Yemen includes: Providing emergency reproductive health kits and life-saving emergency obstetric care medicines and equipment to health facilities: These supplies help in saving...

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Yemen enters the third year of armed conflict with no clear end in sight. The result of the crisis has left some 15 million people lacking adequate access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene, and health services;...

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Millions of Yemenis continue to face a triple tragedy from the spectre of famine, the world’s largest-ever single-year cholera outbreak, and brutal conflict.

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The humanitarian situation in Yemen continues to deteriorate. Driven by food insecurity and a cholera outbreak caused directly by the conflict, the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance has increased by...

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