Social Links

Displaced girls pursue their education and dreams in UNICEF-supported learning centers

UNICEF Yemen/2018/Aldobhani

   

   

   
Shatha and Sumaya both had to flee their home cities with their families due to the increase in violence in Yemen to find refuge in the capital city of Sana’a. For these two girls, pursuing their education was crucial despite their displacement so they joined UNICEF-supported learning centers in Sana'a, where they benefited from compensatory classes and psychological support.

Rapid Response Teams reach Yemen’s most remote areas to help eliminate cholera

UNICEF Yemen/2019

  

  

   

The war in Yemen has resulted in the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. As the conflict reaches almost four years, all public sector and services were disrupted, especially in health services. This made the Yemeni population more vulnerable due to ongoing fighting and the widespread of deadly diseases, such as cholera.
To avert this scenario, UNICEF has partnered with the World Bank to provide a fast response through the Rapid Response Teams that are deployed across the country to control the cholera outbreak.

2019 Humanitarian Action for Children: Yemen

2019 Humanitarian Action for Children: Yemen

  

   

The conflict-driven humanitarian crisis in Yemen has been described as the largest emergency in the world, with more than 22 million people in need of humanitarian assistance. Conflict has led to the internal displacement of 2.2 million people, left over 1 million public sector workers without pay for two years and undermined humanitarian access. An estimated 12 million Yemenis, including 2 million children, will be dependent on food assistance in 2019.

   

unite for children
Search: