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Hajjah - Hardah
Islamic Relief Yemen
As reported the situation is calm today, preparation for assessment is under way with humanitarian actors and with UNOCHA
Yemen Red Crescent
The previous couple of days, the YRCS Hajjah, lahj and Ibb Emergency Response teams evacuated 48 dead bodies to nearby hospitals. The YRCS Aden and Dhaleé provide First Aid treatment on spot for 1 and transferred 5 seriously wounded to hospitals.
Many of the six million girls and boys affected by the current crisis across the Horn of Africa face serious and evolving threats to their safety and well being.
Humanitarian agencies have expertise in providing child protection responses to address these life-threatening concerns, but funding for child protection across the region is critically insufficient accounting for the lowest among all other sectors of the response.
The enormity of current threats to girls and boys
The drought in the Horn of Africa, together with the conflict in Somalia, is causing critical protection risks with some 12.4 million people affected in the region. Before the onset of the drought Somalis were facing serious threats to their physical safety as a result of decades of conflict. Today, as the impact of the drought intensifies, women and children in the sub-region become even more vulnerable to physical threats and attack as they search for food, water and access to medical care. Straining to find the basic necessities of life, families risk separation.