In her daily life noon briefingAnd Ocha He said humanitarian partners on the ground are conducting assessments and providing assistance, which includes food, shelter and health care.
Meanwhile, more than half of Yemenis are facing food insecurity crisis levels, and five million people are still one step away from famine.
As the value of the Yemeni riyal continues to depreciate—more than 1,000 riyals to the dollar traded in some areas—more and more Yemenis are being pushed over the edge.
like Corona Virus Spread across the globe, no country appears to be more vulnerable than Yemen, now in its sixth year of war.
Against the backdrop of conflict, urgent humanitarian needs and the threat of famine, COVID-19 Cases have increased over recent days, with many worried the country is entering a third wave.
“To date, just over 310,000 vaccines have been administered – which means that only one per cent of the population has received their first dose,” the UN body said.
While donors have stepped up their support for the relief operation, Humanitarian Response Plan in Yemen It is currently only 47 percent funded, which means that of the $3.85 billion requested, only $1.82 billion has been received.
Amid OCHA warning that “most of this money will run out in September,” the UN humanitarian body stressed that “additional and predictable funding” was urgently needed so that people could continue to receive the life-saving assistance they need.