U.K. Public Should Contribute More To Protect Yemen’s Children
Huffington Post: Childhood Under Attack in Yemen
David Bull, executive director of UNICEF U.K.
“…Yemen’s children did not start this war, but are bearing the worst of its terrible impact. Despite the grave needs, [UNICEF U.K.’s] response is woefully underfunded. We have only 16 percent of the funds we require — and need more than that if we are to keep the hopes of Yemen’s children’s alive. We desperately need generous members of the U.K. public to contribute to our appeal at this critical time. … We need to do what we can to lessen the suffering of children in Yemen and prevent their situation getting worse” (8/30).
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