YEMEN’S HEALTH SYSTEM ANOTHER VICTIM OF THE CONFLICT — UN HEALTH AGENCY

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A severely damaged health facility in Taiz, Yemen. Photo: WHO Yemen

 

YEMEN’S HEALTH SYSTEM ANOTHER VICTIM OF THE CONFLICT — UN HEALTH AGENCY

Acute shortage of critical medicines, limited fuel for electricity and specialized medical staff such as intensive care doctors and nurses having left Yemen have put innocent lives in danger, the United Nations health agency has warned. Read more

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