Yemen On Verge Of Humanitarian Crisis As Food Supplies, Access To Health Care Dwindle, UNICEF Warns

The Guardian: Yemen on brink of humanitarian crisis amid rising food shortages, says UNICEF
“Yemen could suffer a ‘major humanitarian crisis’ within months if the international community does not urgently step up efforts to help the disintegrating Gulf state feed and vaccinate its children, UNICEF has warned…” (Jones, 3/27).

PBS NewsHour: UNICEF warns of a looming humanitarian crisis in Yemen
“…According to Julien Harneis, UNICEF’s spokesperson for the country, major progress in ensuring food security and access to health care risk being turned back as sources of international aid, including the World Bank and Saudi Arabian donors, are suspending their local activity…” (Nabi, 3/27).

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