Humanitarian

Thursday 26 January 2017

From Unemployment to Successful Community Animal Health Worker

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.

Thursday 26 January 2017

Khadija's Story

Hajja Khadija*, 60 years-old, is from Bani Khoheel village, in Bani Qais district in Hajja governorate in northern Yemen. She has three sons; two of them are married and have children

Thursday 12 January 2017

CEO of Save the Children UK Visits Yemen

Save the Children UK Chief Executive, Kevin Watkins along with Director of Global Programs Fergus Drake

Thursday 22 December 2016

Press Release: Yemen hospitals on the brink of closure as health system collapses leaving 8 million children without access to healthcare

Yemen’s health system is on the brink of collapse, according to a new briefing by Save the Children which includes interviews with doctors and parents in the war-ravaged country.

Wednesday 2 November 2016

MILLIONS OF YEMENI CHILDREN FACING TRIPLE THREAT OF CHOLERA, MEASLES & MALNUTRITION

Health system ravaged by war has collapsed, unable to cope with contagious diseases

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