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Silent Threat of Hunger Gravest to Yemen

This hunger attack is devastating the future of Yemen, it's children. Read More »

Interview: Geert Cappelaere of UNICEF on the Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen

Geert Cappelaere of UNICEF discusses the humanitarian crisis in Yemen and how we can take action. Read More »

Plotting the 2012 War Against Hunger in Yemen

Low funding for WFP Yemen unfolded at the same time food prices increased during political instability Read More »

Budget Debates in Congress Loom over Yemen Crisis

Proposals for reducing international food aid would limit the U.S.'s ability to respond to the humanitarian crisis escalating in Yemen. Read More »

WFP Director Warns of Hunger Threat Stalking Yemen

The international community has to act now to put in place the safety nets which can save Yemen from malnutrition. Read More »

Over One Million in Yemen Denied Emergency Food Rations

Imagine if a generation of Yemenis were not malnourished. They could solve many of their societal problems on their own. Read More »

Without Nutrition and Education Yemen Cannot Thrive

Every day is a struggle for children to survive in Yemen. Read More »

Yemen Nears Breaking Point, Humanitarian Crisis Could Worsen

Yemen needs a peaceful resolution of its internal crisis and humanitarian aid for the suffering. Read More »

U.S. Increases Drone Attacks in Yemen, Hunger Relief Remains Low on Funding

Stepping up drones attacks alone is not going to bring peace in Yemen and improve international security. Read More »

In Yemen’s Arab Spring, Crucial to Look Beyond Al Qaeda

It's critical when having the discussion of Yemen to also go beyond Al Qaeda and the political turmoil. Read More »