An estimated 24 million people – over 80 per cent of the population – are in need of some kind of assistance, including 14.4 million who are in acute need – nearly two million people more than in 2018. Some 4.3 million...

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As of 2019, more than 13.1 million people inside Syria are in need, while close to 5.7 million have taken refuge in neighbouring countries throughout the region.

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Conflict, protracted displacement, disease and deprivation continues to inflict suffering on the country’s population as the crisis in Yemen enters another year. Disruption to commercial imports, inflation, lack of...

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The humanitarian crisis in Yemen remains the worst in the world. Nearly four years of conflict has led to the collapse of the economy and social services. Millions of Yemenis are hungrier, sicker and more vulnerable...

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Through its 133 Women and Girls Safe Spaces, 138 primary healthcare facilities, and 46 youth centers, UNFPA continues to provide essential reproductive health and gender-based violence services to women, girls, men and...

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This overview describes how UNFPA responds in humanitarian emergencies, meeting sexual and reproductive health needs.

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Conflict, protracted displacement, disease and deprivation continue to inflict suffering on the country’s population. Disruption to commercial imports, inflation, lack of salary payment to civil servants and rising...

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Yemen remains the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. Some 22.2 million people - 75 per cent of the population - are in need of humanitarian assistance. 17.8 million people are food insecure and 8.4 million people do...

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The security situation in Yemen continued to deteriorate in July, especially along the west coast and around the city of Al Hudaydah. Intense fighting in and around Al Hudaydah Governorate in late July, near a...

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At the end of 2018, Yemen remains the world’s largest humanitarian crisis with nearly 22.2 million people - 75 per cent of the population - in need of humanitarian assistance.

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