application/pdfDisplaced Children Assessment Report August 2015THE IMPACT OF THE CONFLICT ON YEMENI INTERNALLY DISPLACED CHILDREN 01/11/20152MB
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.documentDisplaced Children Assessment Report August 2015 FinalDisplaced Children Assessment Report August 2015 Final17/08/201585KB
application/pdfExternal Situation Report - Oct 2016Yemen External Situation Report 23/11/2016350KB
application/pdfExternal Situation Report - Sep 2016YEMEN HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE SITUATION REPORT20/10/2016304KB
application/pdfForgotten Crisis, Forgotten ChildrenThe scale of suffering in Yemen is staggering. Nine months on since the escalation in violence has left an already impoverished country in a state of freefall with 21.2 million Yemenis – or 82 per cent of the population – now in need of humanitarian assistance. Almost half of those in need are children, including 7.7 million who do not have enough to eat on a daily basis and do not know where their next meal is coming from. This desperate food security situation has contributed to child malnutrition rates reaching an all-time high, despite already ranking amongst the worst in the world before the conflict.16/12/2015622KB
application/pdfFUTURES ON THE LINE Yemen’s children missing an educationEven where schools have reopened, insecurity has contributed to a situation where fewer girls are attending classes, exacerbating the gender education gap that pre-existed the conflict. Those boys and girls who are at school often receive poor quality education, aggravated by the current crisis, due to a combination of overcrowded classrooms, shortages of qualified teachers, and lack of basic equipment including desks, chairs and text books.26/05/20161MB
application/pdfNowhere Safe for Yemen's ChildrenThe daily, intensive use of explosive weapons in populated areas in Yemen is killing and maiming children and putting the futures of children at ever-increasing risk. These weapons are destroying the hospitals needed to treat children, preventing medical supplies, food, fuel and other essential supplies from reaching affected populations and hampering the day-to-day operations of humanitarian agencies.13/12/20151MB
application/pdfSave the Children in Yemen 1963 – 2012Save the Children History in Yemen22/06/201518MB
application/pdfSTRUGGLING TO SURVIVE: Stories from yemen’s collapsing STRUGGLING TO SURVIVE: Stories from yemen’s collapsing 19/12/20164MB
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