SANA’A, (November 27, 2019) – After more than three years of closure, it has been announced that Sana'a International Airport is to be re-opened to allow sick patients to travel overseas for life-saving treatment. In August, CARE & NRC reported that up to 32,000 people may ha
After almost four years of brutal conflict, the stakes in Yemen are shocking and must be stated clearly: 16 million people are at risk of starving to death if the parties to the conflict and their supporters do not change course immediately.
The burden on the Yemeni people is relentless. CARE and other aid organizations are desperately trying to fill the gaps, working tirelessly to provide food and supplies to those who have no alternative. However, humanitarian aid is a short-term solution. The only way to turn the tide of suffering for the Yemeni people is to bring an end to the conflict. Warring conflict must engage in good faith with the peace process being led by the UN Special Envoy for Yemen in Sweden. This crisis is entirely man-made – hunger and famine in Yemen are absolutely caused by the conflict and can only be stopped by bringing an end to the war.
Unfulfilled Pledges of Humanitarian Aid Will Result in the Discontinuation of Life-Saving Reproductive Health Services for Yemeni Women and Girls
The Inter-Agency Working Group (IAWG) on Reproductive Health in Crises urges governments to uphold promised investments in life-saving reproductive health services for Yemeni women and girls living in humanitarian settings.
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As CARE Ranks Deadliest Places to be an Aid Worker; Syria Tops the List for the Third Consecutive Year
For the third year in a row, Syria has remained the deadliest place to be an
CARE Calls for Immediate Ceasefire in Aden as Vulnerable Children and Elderly Suffer in Extreme Heat
Following an escalation in hostilities in Aden, CARE calls for an immediate ceasefire to protect civilians affected by the fighting.
White House decision to invoke emergency authority to allow arms sales in Yemen 'will mean more lives are lost'
In response to the White House decision to invoke emergency authority to make additional arms sales to members of the Coalition engaged in military operations in Yemen, Michelle Nunn, CARE USA’s President and CEO said: