HUMANITARIAN ACTORS NEED SAFE, UNHINDERED ACCESS TO HELP YEMEN AVERT FAMINE – UN AID CHIEF

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In Yemen, Stephen O’Brien, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs (left facing camera) talks with local residents outside damaged building in Aden. Photo: OCHA

 

HUMANITARIAN ACTORS NEED SAFE, UNHINDERED ACCESS TO HELP YEMEN AVERT FAMINE – UN AID CHIEF

The people of crisis-torn Yemen urgently need humanitarian assistance and protection, especially in the north of the country where there is a threat of famine, the United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator warned today. Read more

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