Yemen: Reduced Imports Worsen Crisis (as of 23 June 2015)

Infographic
from UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Published on 23 Jun 2015

The humanitarian situation in Yemen is deteriorating rapidly, with the number of people in need of some kind of humanitarian assistance rising to more than 21 million. The current conflict is restricting critical imports of fuel, medical supplies, Non - Food Items and food supplies from reaching those in need. Addressing this crisis requires the full resumption of commercial imports and improved access to allow for a significant scale up of humanitarian operations.

1 million PEOPLE ARE DISPLACED

19.2 million FOOD INSECURE

20.4 million LACK ACCESS TO CLEAN WATER

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