Children going untreated in Yemen hospitals unless parents supply own medicine.
Desperate parents are being asked to provide their own medicines to treat their malnourished babies and children, as Yemen’s hospitals run out of supplies and the health system has collapsed.
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On Tuesday 3rd May 2016 Save the Children Yemen launched the EVERY LAST CHILD with 300 participants from Local Authorities, Local Partners, the Media, the Community members, SCI staff and of course, children, many of whom have been displaced. The launch was conducted in one of Save the Children’s Child Friendly Space in Al Myrwah district in Hodeida.
One year since the conflict in Yemen escalated, 90% of children are now in need of emergency humanitarian aid and the desperate plight of 10 million children is still being largely ignored, Save the Children said today.
9th October 2016 - Save the Children unequivocally condemns Saturday’s attack on a community hall in Sana’a where mourners had gathered to pay their respects during a funeral ceremony
YEMEN HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE SITUATION REPORT