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UN Chief: Over 80,000 Kids Have Died of Starvation in Yemen (AL MASIRAH)

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18 million Yemenis have no access to drinking water

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October 6, 2019 - 4:30 PM News Code : 980699 Source : TasnimLink: 

18 million Yemenis have no access to drinking water

 

The five-year Saudi war on Yemen has killed more than 70,000 people and pushed millions to the brink of famine in what the United Nations calls the world's worst humanitarian crisis.

Last month, a local non-government organization said even the water supply in Yemen had been "weaponized", referring to the country's unclean water, which breeds cholera, according to Al Jazeera.

There are 18 million Yemenis with no access to drinking water.

In the past years, the shortage of drinking water triggered a cholera outbreak that impacted 1.2 million people, making the epidemic the largest in history.

According to the Yemen Data Project, a Saudi-led coalition waging war on the Arab country has carried out 20,000 air attacks, one-third of which were on non-military sites, including hospitals and schools.

At malnutrition prevention centers across the country, dozens of people queue every day for hours for a medical examination and a pack of soy.

"Today, my daughter is constantly vomiting. I brought her here hoping someone would see her. I don't know if it is cholera or an infection," a Yemeni citizen said.

"We are very poor. Before the war, I worked in Saudi Arabia. Today, I have no job, house nor the possibility of moving. Our situation is disastrous, we have only God's help," said the father of 11 children.

Ahmed said they do not have nutritious food to give the children. "They eat just flour every day. Sometimes they don't get vegetables or fruit or milk for weeks."

The thing that makes him suffer the most, he said, is feeling like a beggar. "The war took away my dignity."

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A child under age of five dies every 12 minutes in Yemen: UN

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October 24, 2019 - 6:04 PM News Code : 984363 Source : AlmasirahLink: 

A child under age of five dies every 12 minutes in Yemen: UN

 

A child under the age of five dies every 12 minutes in Yemen due to the humanitarian crisis caused by the US-Saudi aggression, Achim Steiner, the representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Yemen, said Wednesday.

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): A child under the age of five dies every 12 minutes in Yemen due to the humanitarian crisis caused by the US-Saudi aggression, Achim Steiner, the representative of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) in Yemen, said Wednesday.

"A child under 5 years of age dies every 12 minutes in Yemen, mostly as a result of lack of water, basic nutrition, health care and medicines due to the conflict," Steiner said in a tweet.

Yemen is experiencing the largest humanitarian crisis in the world because of the US-Saudi aggression against Yemen for nearly five years.

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Red Cross reports new outbreak of dengue fever in Yemen

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November 27, 2019 - 10:04 AM News Code : 989625 Source : AlmasirahLink:    

The International Committee of the Red Cross reported a new outbreak of dengue fever in war-torn Yemen on Monday, with thousands of cases reported and several dozen deaths.

More than 3,500 cases of dengue have been reported in Taiz, Mardini said. And in Hodeida, where the country’s main port is located, the ICRC heard that 50 people died in late October and early November of dengue fever and malaria, and the local head office reported the number of people infected with dengue fever is 2,000, and close to 3,000 have malaria. “So you can imagine, with the violence and the fighting, it is a big challenge to control this epidemic,” Mardini said.
 

As of Thursday, ECHO said, 7,970 cases of dengue fever were reported in the governorate. It said 3,215 were confirmed and 103 patients were under observation in government hospitals. Mardini said dengue and malaria are endemic in Yemen though in recent years their prevalence had “been extremely low.” But now, because of the weakness of the country’s health system and problems with its water supplies and sanitation, malaria and dengue are appearing again, he said.

https://en.abna24.com/news//red-cross-reports-new-outbreak-of-dengue-fever-in-yemen_989625.html

Red Cross reports new outbreak of dengue fever in Yemen

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On 6/16/2019 at 1:28 PM, Sumerian said:

How funny is it people believe the UN and Western media and human rights organisations when it is convenient for them but not when it doesn't support their views.

Sad that you forget that its not just the UN reporting whats going on in Yemen.

Check it out. How the pro-capitalist allies and their minions are at a comprehensive loss for words over Yemen while they cry about Khomeini instead. Now their Shianesses get numb.

So sad.

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40 minutes ago, The Green Knight said:

Sad that you forget that its not just the UN reporting whats going on in Yemen.

Check it out. How the pro-capitalist allies and their minions are at a comprehensive loss for words over Yemen while they cry about Khomeini instead. Now their Shianesses get numb.

So sad.

No, I am exposing hypocrisy. I, too, am also skeptical of "UN reports" and Western human rights organisations, simply because their reporting in and of itself does not establish worthy enough evidence and certainly not yaqeen. I am exposing the hypocrisy of certain people who believe in the UN sometimes and disbelieve in it in other times, unlike me who is skeptical altogether.

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5 minutes ago, Sumerian said:

No, I am exposing hypocrisy. I, too, am also skeptical of "UN reports" and Western human rights organisations, simply because their reporting in and of itself does not establish worthy enough evidence and certainly not yaqeen. I am exposing the hypocrisy of certain people who believe in the UN sometimes and disbelieve in it in other times, unlike me who is skeptical altogether.

So much hysteria. Yemen reporting is mostly done by non-western sources. Its very well known that west tries hard to suppress their destruction of Yemen.

You're just being hysterical now dear brother. I will not write more for the sake of your comfort.

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Just now, The Green Knight said:

So much hysteria. Yemen reporting is mostly done by non-western sources. Its very well known that west tries hard to suppress their destruction of Yemen.

You're just being hysterical now dear brother. I will not write more for the sake of your comfort.

lol in fact it is the West that is reporting it. 

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/08/28/world/middleeast/un-yemen-war-crimes.html

https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2019/oct/03/yemen-airstrikes-Saudi-arabia-mbs-us

https://foreignpolicy.com/2016/03/25/civilian-casualties-war-crimes-Saudi-arabia-yemen-war/

https://www.reuters.com/article/yemen-security-un/us-france-britain-may-be-complicit-in-yemen-war-crimes-un-report-says-idUSL5N25T3FN

Lol this is from just one Google page alone. 

:NH: 

But guess what? All these reports are meaningless to me. Saudi crimes in Yemen are clear as day to night, I don't need a kafir source to make me believe that. Unlike you, that is lol

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@Sumerian @The Green Knight

I just realised that you guys are arguing across three threads simultaneously! LOL 

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4 minutes ago, Moalfas said:

@Sumerian @The Green Knight

I just realised that you guys are arguing across three threads simultaneously! LOL 

Our love knows no bounds.

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Photos: Humanitarian aids of Swedish Shiite to Yemen's oppressed people

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December 1, 2019 - 6:33 PM News Code : 990570 Source : ABNA24Link: 

 

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): The Shiites in Sweden donate humanitarian aids to the oppressed people of Yemen.

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Amnesty: Saudi war on Yemen taking heavy toll on disabled

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December 3, 2019 - 4:52 PM News Code : 991109 Source : TasnimLink: 

Amnesty: Saudi war on Yemen taking heavy toll on disabled

 

The ongoing Saudi war on Yemen has exacted an enormous toll on people with disabilities, who find themselves on the margins of society and excluded from badly needed humanitarian assistance, Amnesty International said in a report released Tuesday.

The 50-page report by the London-based global rights group shines a light on the inadequate or nonexistent support for disabled Yemenis — a population “most at risk and most marginalized” in the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, AP reported.

“We understand of course the extent of which the humanitarian response in Yemen has been overstretched,” said Rawya Rageh, Senior Crisis Advisor at Amnesty International. “But this is not just about access to funds. What we are calling for is a change in perspective, a change in approach, that the rights of people with disabilities are addressed at the outset of the crisis.”

Furthermore, sudden outbreaks of violence have trapped disabled people and separated them from their families, Amnesty found. Many disabled Yemenis are forced to flee their homes without wheelchairs or crutches, carried in the arms of relatives.

Jalila al-Saleh Ali recounted to Amnesty how she abandoned her mentally ill husband at home while sprinting away from gunfire in the city of Taiz, holding her 16-year-old handicapped son.

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UN aid for Yemen needs recorded a deficit of 81%: Minister

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December 11, 2019 - 4:49 PM News Code : 993106 Source : President.irLink: 

UN aid for Yemen needs recorded a deficit of 81%: Minister

 

The Undersecretary of the Yemeni Ministry of Health for the Planning Sector Dr.. Abdulmalek Al-Sana’ani confirmed Wednesday that what is submitted by the international organizations for Yemeni health needs according to the 2019 plan recorded a deficit of 81%.

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): 

Al-Sana’ani said that the response from international organizations to the need in terms of infrastructure did not exceed 9%, while the response to the need in terms of equipment was only 4%.

The Undersecretary of the Ministry of Health stated that UN and international organizations have only responded with 19% of the health response plan for 2019.

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Oncology center:

Number of Yemeni patients with cancer, especially children increases due to aggression

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December 14, 2019 - 4:11 PM News Code : 993747 Source : AlmasirahLink: 

Number of Yemeni patients with cancer, especially children increases due to aggression

 

Director of medical supply at the Yemen's National Oncology Center, Dr.. Ali Al-Mansour, confirmed that the number of cancer patients, especially children, is increasing due to the US-Saudi aggression and the siege, blaming the United Nations for these deaths.

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): 
Al-Mansour said in a statement to Almasirah network that the center is dispensing chemical drugs to many centers in the governorates, noting that the center was unable to cover its needs and transporting drugs at a certain temperature to ensure their effectiveness.

He added that the number of deaths of children with cancer is increasing, blaming the United Nations for these deaths, calling on it to put pressure on aggression.

For his part, Director of the Department of Pediatric oncology at the center, Dr.. Hamoud Haddish, told Almasirah that the center receives in its departments a large number of new and old cases. Most cases come in advanced stages of cancer as a result of the country conditions and the inability of their families to reach the center. He added that some cases die before even reaching the center.

He confirmed that the siege made many families suffer from difficulty in obtaining medicines that the center does not have. He noted that the department suffers from an acute shortage of medicines, forcing families to search for them effortlessly.

The director of the pediatric department stressed that the international community should recognize the suffering of patients, their families and their health centers unless the coming disaster is great.

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Photos: Swedish Shiites donate blankets to Yemeni needy people in cold season

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December 17, 2019 - 7:01 PM News Code : 994600 Source : ABNA24Link: 

 

Ahlul Bayt News Agency (ABNA): Swedish Shiites donate blankets to Yemeni needy people in the cold season.

اهدای پتو به نیازمندان یمنی در فصل سرما از سوی شیعیان سوئد

 

اهدای پتو به نیازمندان یمنی در فصل سرما از سوی شیعیان سوئد

 

اهدای پتو به نیازمندان یمنی در فصل سرما از سوی شیعیان سوئد
 

اهدای پتو به نیازمندان یمنی در فصل سرما از سوی شیعیان سوئد

 

اهدای پتو به نیازمندان یمنی در فصل سرما از سوی شیعیان سوئد

 

 

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5 hours ago, hasanhh said:

What was it all for?

Yemen -the disaster series

another anti Houthi -Iranian propaganda by a ksa puppet  & Dw propaganda (mohammed-al-hadrami ) when they see their defect very near after killing yemeni children . he is just a ksa spokeperson in name of Yemen.

At UN, Yemen Foreign Minister demands end to ‘Iranian-Houthi coup d’etat’ 

https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/09/1048102

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Guest Sunshine

Both Houthis and Saudi should stop the war. The death of 80k children are happening because each one are fighting for never ending war  that will not lead to anything but death. Both side have almost unlimited  amount of resource for war which will not stop.   They should negotiate instead of shredding more blood.

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Factbox: UN aid programs in Yemen at risk of going broke

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): of some 20 million Yemenis who are food insecure, nearly 10 million are acutely food insecure.

More than 3.6 million Yemenis have been displaced by conflict. Disease is rife and the United Nations says the health system has effectively collapsed.

Program reductions had already started in some areas, UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen, Lise Grande, told Reuters:

The World Food Program, which feeds more than 12 million Yemenis a month, in April halved rations in northern areas. It needs funding for existing operations and to ramp back up operations in the north.
One week before the first COVID-19 case was announced in Yemen on April 10, the World Health Organization was forced to suspend payments to 10,000 health workers.
Programs for pregnant and lactating women are being shut in 140 healthcare facilities.
Immunization programs are being suspended.
Fifty-one primary healthcare clinics have closed.
Depending on the amount of money raised, Grande said more cuts or closures could follow:

Basic health services provided at 189 hospitals and 200 primary healthcare units could be lost.
Some 6.5 million people including those in areas with cholera could lose water and sanitation services.
Nutrition programs for 2 million malnourished children would have to be shut.

https://en.abna24.com/news//factbox-un-aid-programs-in-yemen-at-risk-of-going-broke_1042941.html

Factbox: UN aid programs in Yemen at risk of going broke

 

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Photos: Critical condition of sick children in Yemen
June 29, 2020 - 10:33 AM News Code : 1051169 Source : ABNA24Link: 
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AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Millions of children in Yemen are at risk of starvation amid the coronavirus pandemic, which is tipping the war-torn nation into further devastation, the United Nations warned, appealing for nearly $500m in urgent humanitarian assistance.

https://en.abna24.com/news//photos-critical-condition-of-sick-children-in-yemen_1051169.html

شرایط نامساعد کودکان بیمار در یمن  شرایط نامساعد کودکان بیمار در یمن  شرایط نامساعد کودکان بیمار در یمن

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