Nearly a half-decade of war in Yemen has killed some 100,000 people and turned the country into the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. The conflict has displaced 3 million people from their homes: 350,000 in 2019 alone.
Just one year ago, famine conditions were declared in parts of the country. Today, 80 percent of the population–24 million people–is in dire need of aid. Half of Yemenis are facing severe food shortages and living on the verge of famine.
And, Houses blown up by heavy landmines caused by the war on the city of Taiz in southern Yemen.
A drawing workshop was held with children in Southwestern Yemen as part of the Flowers for Children campaign….July 18, 2022
With more than 2 million children out of school in Yemen since the conflict escalated in 2015,…December 7, 2019