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  • 16/01/2018 — Yemen SHOTLIST (PDF)

    Four USAID-Funded Mobile Cranes Arrive at Yemen’s Largest Red Sea Port (For the Media)

    A ship carrying four mobile cranes purchased by the United Nations World Food Programme and funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has arrived in Yemen’s Hodeidah Port to allow faster delivery of relief items for Yemeni families in the grips of the world’s biggest hunger crisis. WFP has been providing monthly food assistance to nearly seven million people in Yemen since August 2017 – double the number it was able to assist in the first half of 2017.  In January, WFP hopes to reach 7 million people, though as in previous months and due to financial constraints only about half of these people are receiving full food rations, the remainder will receive a smaller ration that covers 60 percent of their needs. WFP requires US$303 million to sustain life-saving support through June 2018. 

  • 16/01/2018 — Yemen

    Two and a Half Years of Conflict Have Pushed Yemen to the Brink of Famine

    2.5 years of conflict have pushed Yemen to the brink of famine, resulting in the world’s largest hunger crisis. On Monday, four cranes arrived in Hodeidah Port, which handles around 70 percent of Yemen’s imports. The cranes will allow for faster delivery of urgently needed humanitarian supplies for Yemeni families.

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