Yemen Humanitarian Bulletin Issue 24 | 07 June 2017 [EN/AR]
In this issue
Unprecedented cholera epidemic P.1
Cholera response ramped up in Yemen P.2
Review shows response gaps in hubs P.3
Forced displacement still widespread P.3
Malnutrition at all-time high P.4
Over 96,200 suspected cholera cases and 746 associated deaths recorded since 27 April in 19 governorates.
136 Oral Rehydration Corners have been established and 99 Diarrhoea Treatment Centres opened.
Two million people remain displaced in Yemen and over 900,000 have returned home in 19 governorates.
Malnutrition rates in four governorates have exceeded the WHO emergency threshold.
Total population 27.4 m
Total people in need of humanitarian assistance 18.8 m
Total people in acute need of humanitarian assistance 10.3 m
# of people displaced (IDPs & returnees) 3.0 m
# of deaths (WHO) 8,053
# of injuries (WHO) 45,116
$2.1 billion requested
$500.5 million funding against HRP
24.2 per cent funded (07 June 2017)
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