Yemen

Saudi war internally displaced more than five million Yemenis

Saudi war internally displaced more than five million Yemenis

The number of internally displaced persons in Yemen has increased to more than 5 million by the end of August 2022, amid an ongoing devastating Saudi war and worsening humanitarian conditions in the war-hit Arab country. The Yemeni Supreme Council…
Yemen: UNICEF distributes health kits in IDP camps to meet basic needs

Yemen: UNICEF distributes health kits in IDP camps to meet basic needs

Displacement is an inevitable and tragic consequence of any conflict, and it entails many threats, outbreaks of epidemics, lack of proper food and safe water, not to mention exposing people to dangers and depriving them of their homes and, in…
Expired medicines kill dozens of citizens in Yemen

Expired medicines kill dozens of citizens in Yemen

Human rights organizations and observers confirmed that large numbers of Yemenis are victims of unlicensed or expired medicines and counterfeit items circulating in the market. The Yemeni Ministry of Health indicated in a later statement that “(29 cases) received a…
ICRC: 19 million Yemenis lost food security

ICRC: 19 million Yemenis lost food security

The International Committee of the Red Cross revealed that 19 million Yemenis have lost food security, and that Yemen urgently needs to achieve economic recovery. The director of the committee’s operations, Martin Schweib, who is visiting Yemen, said, “A full…
United Nations: Peace is the only solution to end the humanitarian crisis in Yemen

United Nations: Peace is the only solution to end the humanitarian crisis in Yemen

The United Nations stressed that peace is the only option to end the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, which has been witnessing an eight-year war. “Today is United Nations Day, agencies and partners are doing their utmost to help the millions…
Expired drug kills 18 child leukemia patients in Yemen

Expired drug kills 18 child leukemia patients in Yemen

Local Yemeni media reported the death of 18 children on separate days after they were provided with expired medicine at the end of last September in the “Cancer Treatment Unit” at Kuwait Hospital, while the rest of the children were…
WFP: Yemenis depend on daily wage to gain income

WFP: Yemenis depend on daily wage to gain income

A recent report prepared by the ‘Famine Early Warning Network’ for the World Food Program showed that half of Yemen’s population earns a primary income from irregular sources, including daily wage labour. The report indicated that, on average, the worker…
Yemen: The Saudi coalition seizes the diesel ship “Pericles” and worsens the humanitarian situation

Yemen: The Saudi coalition seizes the diesel ship “Pericles” and worsens the humanitarian situation

Today, the Saudi coalition detained a new diesel ship despite obtaining entry permits from the United Nations, which worsens the humanitarian situation. The official spokesman for the Yemeni Oil Company, Issam Al-Mutawakil, explained in a tweet on Twitter that the…
The Saudi coalition commits 83 new violations of the Hodeidah agreement

The Saudi coalition commits 83 new violations of the Hodeidah agreement

The Saudi-led coalition forces committed 83 new violations of the ceasefire agreement in Al Hudaydah governorate during the past 24 hours. A source in the Liaison and Coordination Officers’ Operations Room explained that the violations were four raids of spying…
The United Nations announces the failure to extend the armistice in Yemen

The United Nations announces the failure to extend the armistice in Yemen

The United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen, Hans Grundberg, announced the failure to extend the armistice in Yemen, which expired, on Sunday evening. “The UN Special Envoy regrets that no agreement has been reached, as an extended truce would provide…
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