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Wednesday 9 October 2019

FUEL SHORTAGES DEEPEN CRISIS IN YEMEN – SAVE THE CHILDREN

SCI Statement

Intensified fuel shortages in the north of Yemen will affect hundreds of thousands of children and their families already stricken by a five-year long humanitarian crisis. 

Monday 7 October 2019

YEMEN: 100,000 PEOPLE TO BENEFIT FROM EU-SAVE THE CHILDREN PARTNERSHIP


Sana’a:
As the conflict in Yemen enters its fifth year, Save the Children and the EU are renewing their humanitarian partnership on education in the South and extending it to health and nutrition care in the North of the country. 100 000 conflict-affected people are set to benefit from the EU’s €4.5 million grant to Save the Children.  

Monday 7 October 2019

YEMEN: 100,000 PEOPLE TO BENEFIT FROM EU-SAVE THE CHILDREN PARTNERSHIP

Sana’a: As the conflict in Yemen enters its fifth year, Save the Children and the EU are renewing their humanitarian partnership on education in the South and extending it to health and nutrition care in the North of the country. 100 000 conflict-affected people are set to benefit from the EU’s €4.5 million grant to Save the Children.  

Wednesday 31 July 2019

STATES WITH POWERFUL FRIENDS CAN GET AWAY WITH DESTROYING CHILDREN’S LIVES

With at least 1689 Yemeni children killed or maimed in 2018, children are still bearing the brunt of the conflict in Yemen, Save the Children warned today. Some 729 of the child casualties were a result of attacks by the Saudi and Emirati-led coalition, in addition to 15 attacks on schools and hospitals, according to the annual UN-report on Children and Armed Conflict.

Thursday 25 April 2019

YEMEN CHOLERA OUTBREAK: 100,000 CHILDREN INFECTED SINCE START OF 2019

Sana’a, Yemen, 25 April 2019 – More than 100,000 suspected cases of cholera have been reported among children under the age of 15 in Yemen since the start of the year - more than twice the number during the same period in 2018.

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