Omar, 8 months, is happily playing at a child-friendly space in Hodeidah, Yemen. Over 29 million children were born into conflict last year. Safe spaces like this are critical for children to cope with toxic stress. #EarlyMomentsMatter #ChildrenUnderAttack
Play. Protection. Psychological support. Omar is receiving care at a child-friendly space in Hodeidah, Yemen, but too many are missing out. World leaders must invest in the crucial first years for #ChildrenUnderAttack in conflict zones. #EarlyMomentsMatter
#Yemen: Houthis Should Implement Hodeidah Deal before Any Future Talks
Play. Protection. Psychological support. Omar is receiving care at a child-friendly space in Hodeidah, Yemen, but too many are missing out. UNICEF is calling on world leaders to invest in the crucial first years for #ChildrenUnderAttack in conflict zones. #EarlyMomentsMatter
The Saudi-led coalition renewed its offensive on the vital port of Hodeidah. About 5 million children are now at risk of starvation.
14 million people in Yemen — half of its population — will soon be on the brink of famine because of fighting near it’s main port city Hodeidah, says a new UN report. That’s 3 million more than its estimates last month.
The lives of cancer patients in Yemen's Hodeidah are worsened as medicine supplies and access routes are choked off in the ongoing fighting.
The UN just brokered a ceasefire for the port city of Hodeidah in Yemen. -Most of the food, fuel and medicine shipped to the country goes through the port -37% of civilians killed in 2018 died in that city
This is Yasmeen from #Yemen . She is only 8 months-old. Like many of the severely malnourished children in Al-Thawra hospital in Hodeidah she doesn’t cry. Her little body is lethargic and feeble; it lacks the energy to cry.
Thousands of people in Yemen are trapped by fighting between Houthi rebels and a Saudi-led coalition at the port city of Hodeidah. The UN says continued fighting there, which is the entry point for 80% of food, could push 14 million people into famine.