Yemen Humanitarian Crisis

Yemen is the worst humanitarian crisis in the world. More than 22 million people need help right now. The impact of the conflict is devastating. Hunger is everywhere. 17 million Yemenis – 60 per cent of the population – do not know where their next meal is coming from. Millions of people lack safe drinking water and proper sanitation. Last year, the largest cholera outbreak in modern history claimed thousands of lives. There are many obstacles and difficulties, but front-line agencies are doing everything they can to reach the people who need help the most. Each month, seven million people are receiving help; in the months ahead, partners will be reaching more than 8 million.

(Video courtesy of OHCHR, WFP, and UNICEF)

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  1. UN has become useless and obsolete. Time to change the world order…. New players coming to the picture… You cannot govern the world with a setup of the 1940s ….. Time has changed and change is the need of the hour.

  2. why UN is Quite about Occupied Kashmir yesterday Indian army martyred more than 20 Kashmirs in the straight shelling and in Afghanistan American drone hit the Islamic center and more than 100 hafiz e quran innocent children died. Is they were terrorist why the whole world is quite about the injustice ??


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