Already high child malnutrition levels in Yemen are expected to sharply increase as the crisis continues. Julien Harneis, Unicef's representative in Yemen reports on the situation.Read this story
Already high child malnutrition levels in Yemen are expected to sharply increase as the crisis continues. Julien Harneis, Unicef's representative in Yemen reports on the situation.
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A second aircraft with life-saving medical supplies has arrived in Yemen, where food and medical supplies for children are running dangerously low.
Ara Yoo, Unicef UK's emergency programme specialist, explains the impact of the growing crisis in Yemen on the country's children.
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This week marks one year since the tragic event when 276 girls were kidnapped from their school in Nigeria. These are the stories of children and families who have survived the violent conflict.
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The first Unicef airlift of medical supplies touches down amidst continuing violence in Yemen.
An upsurge of violence in Yemen has put more children than ever in danger. For 13-year-old Riham, even daily life is not safe.
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