U.N. Cuts Aid To 300 Health Centers In Yemen Due To Lack Of Funding, Warns Of Further Cuts

Al Jazeera: U.N. slashes healthcare in Yemen due to lack of funding
“The United Nations said on Wednesday that critical aid was cut at 300 health centers across war-ravaged Yemen because of a lack of funding, with lifesaving food distribution also reduced. Between April and August, more than one-third of the U.N.’s important humanitarian programs in Yemen was reduced or shut down entirely, the U.N. said, warning of further drastic cuts ‘in coming weeks unless additional funding is received’…” (9/23).

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