YEMEN: The children torn apart by airstrikes
‘Food and aid are being used as weapons of war’ – Save the Children Statement on Yemen
Saudi Arabia and its coalition allies are delaying Save the Children’s shipments of aid for Yemen by months, despite a looming famine that threatens to grip much of the country and a healthcare system on the brink of collapse.
Save the Children statement on reports of an airstrike on a funeral in Yemen
Ayman (26) was an unemployed young man from Alsouk village in Almilah district of Lahj governorate, in southern Yemen. He comes from a very poor family. Ayman was trained by Save the Children to be a Community Animal Health Worker (CAHW). He was trained on how to provide veterinary support and to treat common animal diseases. The knowledge he gained enabled him to become a well-known CAHW in his community and he started to get a better income for his family.
یقع أطفال الیمن في قلب أكثر الأزمات الإنسانیة في العالم؛ عشرة ملایین طفل بحاجة ماسة للمساعدة، وأكثر من ملیوني طفل مصابون بسوء التغذیة – والعدد في تزاید . تسببت الحرب والإنھیار الإقتصادي وفشل المجتمع الدولي في التفاعل في ھذه الأزمة.
Zuhair*, a 13 y/o Yemeni boy who was badly burnt in an airstrike in Yemen. He talks about his experience and his mother talks about the psychological impact of ...