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Children have NO Access to Food in Yemen

According to koodakpress، One UN expert says the Yemeni livelihood and hardship situation is dangerous because of the Saudi war against the country and said millions do not have access to food in Yemen. Al-Alam – Yemen Reports from human rights organizations have highlighted the deteriorating human, livelihoods and health conditions of Yemen. UN special expert […]

According to koodakpress، One UN expert says the Yemeni livelihood and hardship situation is dangerous because of the Saudi war against the country and said millions do not have access to food in Yemen.
Al-Alam – Yemen

Reports from human rights organizations have highlighted the deteriorating human, livelihoods and health conditions of Yemen.

UN special expert Astrid Stackelberg said Tuesday (November 29th) that the Yemeni people live in very bad conditions.

“More than 22 million people in Yemen need food, treatments and essential needs,” he said at a conference on “Building peaceful societies in countries involved in wars like Syria, Libya and Yemen.”

The United Nations expert said reports from various sections of the Yemeni society are “accurate” and many of its citizens are at a dangerous stage.

“Cholera is threatening millions of Yemeni citizens, and the disease is the biggest crisis that is involved with it,” he added.

Ms. Astrid Stöckelberg also said that Yemen is the largest honey distributor in the 21st century and should be resolved with collective cooperation, according to the Russian Sputnik news agency.

The Saudi-Emirati coalition has been attacking Yemen since the beginning of the year of 1994, besieging the country from land, sea and sky.

The attacks on Yemen’s infrastructure, including hospitals and the three-year-old siege, have killed more than 50,000 people, have caused illnesses in cities and famine in many areas of Yemen.

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