Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen Conference Concludes

GMT 17:43 2016 Wednesday ,24 February

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Yemeni Minister For Local Administration and Chairman of the Higher Committee for Relief, Abdalrguib Fath, described the conference's aims as humanitarian 'par excellence' and committed to neutrality, transparency and responsibility to support about 27 million Yemenis suffering from a real disaster.
He noted in this context that 21 million Yemenis accounting 82% of the Yemeni population need humanitarian aid of various kinds including 14 million people who need health care.
About 2,800,000 Yemeni people are displaced in various provinces and more than 3 million children are out of school, he said while noting that various educational institutions have been destroyed.
This disaster requires an organized and coordinated action to alleviate negative effects suggested by the conference's outputs, he said, stressing the Yemeni Higher Committee for Relief's Commitment to international standards in relief efforts based on neutrality, accountability and full transparency.
Source: SPA


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