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Crisis in Yemen
UNICEF Is Bringing Malnourished Children Back to Life in Yemen
Little Saba's health stabilized after treatment at a UNICEF-sponsored therapeutic feeding center in Hudaydah, Yemen.
UNICEF Is On the Ground in Yemen, Helping Children Survive
Millions in Yemen spent yet another Ramadan praying for peace and struggling for survival. UNICEF is on the ground helping.
Remember Yemen on Ramadan's Night of Power
More than 24 million people in Yemen — including at least 11 million children — need humanitarian assistance. UNICEF is there to help.
Ramadan in War-torn Yemen: Hoping for Better Days Ahead
With two-thirds of the country food insecure, observing the holy month is no simple matter. UNICEF is there to help.
Yemen's Children Are Under Attack
After four years of war, blasts like the one that killed 14 Yemeni schoolchildren are hardly the only lethal threats facing families.
A Massive Vaccination Campaign Is Saving Lives in War-torn Yemen
While the U.S. reels from a resurgence of measles, communities in Yemen are mobilizing to immunize and protect their children from disease.
Married in the Fifth Grade in Yemen
Desperate to feed their families, more parents in Yemen are marrying off their young daughters in exchange for a cash dowry.
Waiting for Peace: Yemen's Children Speak Out
Young Yemenis picked up video cameras to record children's stories of growing up in a country torn apart by war.
Helping Yemen's Children Heal From the Wounds of War
Children did not start the war in Yemen, but they are paying the highest price. UNICEF is helping injured children get their lives back.
Yemen's Children Are on the Edge of Starvation
Yemen's brutal civil war has destroyed the country's economy and created a devastating humanitarian crisis.
To Build a Better Future, Yemen's Children Must Be Educated
UNICEF and partners are working to provide children growing up in war-torn Yemen with a quality education and hope for the future.
Yemen's Children Dream of Peace
More than anything, Yemen's children wish the fighting would stop, so they could just be children again.
Yemen Is a "Living Hell for Children"
Every 10 minutes, a child in Yemen dies of preventable causes, including malnutrition. UNICEF and partners need your help to save lives now.
Six Ways Yemen Is in Crisis
Some of the world's most vulnerable children are watching their homeland crumble.
With Yemen on the Brink of Collapse, a Call for an End to the Horrors
UNICEF Executive Director Fore urges swift action to save and protect Yemen's children.
Six Things You Should Know About Yemen's Deepening Humanitarian Crisis
Three years of intense civil war have pushed underdeveloped, overlooked Yemen to the brink of collapse. Peace is the only way forward.
Unsung Heroes: Vaccinators Climb Mountains to Save Children's Lives
As Yemen's health system crumbles, mobile vaccination teams are going the extra mile to reach children with lifesaving health services.
Battle for Port Plunges Yemen Deeper Into Humanitarian Crisis
With food, medicine and safe water already in short supply, a devastated nation prepares for a crippling blockade.
Born Into War
For the more than 3 million children born in Yemen since the civil war escalated in 2015, staying alive is a daily struggle.
"Yemen Is One of the Worst Places on Earth to Be a Child"
In a nation gripped by famine and cholera, more than 11 million Yemeni children are in acute need of humanitarian assistance.
Crisis in Yemen Intensifies
Relief efforts face hurdles in a country already reeling from famine and the world's biggest cholera epidemic on record.