· The conflict in Yemen continues to take a toll on children and families. At least 115 children have been killed between 26 March and 20 April, 2015. These numbers are believed to be conservative, as the total number of children is likely to be higher.
· UNICEF emergency health supplies have arrived in Sa’ada and have been distributed to several districts. These include emergency health kits and drugs that can meet the primary health care needs of 20,000 persons for 3 months, midwifery kits to support 500 deliveries, as well as resuscitation kits and several items for trauma management.
· UNICEF-provided fuel enabled the Sana’a Water Corporation to power pumps for one week, benefitting 169,000 people in Amanat Al Asima with access to clean water.
· UNICEF and partners supported the return of more than 150,000 pupils to school this week as three districts in Ibb Governorate resumed schooling.
· During the reporting period, through UNICEF’s support, 4,290 children under 5 have been vaccinated and 2,925 have been treated for malnutrition in Harad, Al Bayda and Amran.
· UNICEF’s partners provided psychosocial services to 1,095 children in child friendly spaces in Abyan, Hadramout, Taiz/Ibb, Al Bayda and Amran.