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Jamie McGoldrick 14 Nov 17
The closure of ’s borders has disrupted the delivery of vital supplies to 27 million vulnerable people. The humanitarian crisis in will turn catastrophic if sea, air and land ports are not re-opened quickly.
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UNICEF 22 Nov 17
Children didn’t cause the conflict in . But they are the first to suffer.
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Rajat Madhok 25 Nov 17
So happy today. 1.9 million doses of vaccines arrived in Sana'a in a UNICEF aircraft. 600,000 children can now be vaccinated against diptheria, TB and other deadly diseases. In a child dies every 10 mins from preventable diseases. These vaccines will save lives
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Annie Slemrod 22 Nov 17
If aid begins flowing into Yemen tomorrow, that's a positive. But commercial imports of food and fuel are crucial for avoiding famine and disease. but also a hashtag I think I just invented:
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Nicholas Kristof 22 Nov 17
As we prepare for Thanksgiving, it's horrifying that the US government (under Obama and Trump alike) has supported Saudi Arabia in its atrocities and blockade in Yemen.
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Jamie McGoldrick 14 Nov 17
Millions of people in have suffered for too long. I am concerned that the closure of the sea, air and land ports will aggravate their plight by cutting off life-saving commercial and humanitarian supplies. .
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Kate Gould #YemenCantWait 27 Nov 17
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محمدالحجيلي 🇾🇪 17 Nov 17
In addition to brutal war declared by Saudi coalition 3 year ago against poorest country in the ME unless we say in the world there is blockade restricting all the sea & lands ports & hinders millions of yemenis from getting all life basics food medicines & oil
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Hana Alshowafi 18 Nov 17
Those eyes are eyes of millions of children in . They know war by daily hunger, experience IDPs/ returnees situations, sleep surrounded by fear and insecurities.. war doesn't know armed men or peaceful children, all are death numbers!
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Jackie #PeaceCranes 26 Nov 17
Look what's in my Facebook trends!!!
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Marwan Al-Munyfi 25 Nov 17
A mother alongside of her child speechless as she also suffers from hunger & starvation. must lift the blockade & 😢
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UNICEF 2 Dec 17
: United Nations leaders call for full lifting of blockade
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Oxfam International 20 Nov 17
Every child has the right to life, survival and development. 462,000 children under 5 in are suffering from severe acute malnutrition; all ports must be opened for children to receive aid. Pls RT if you agree.
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Jamie McGoldrick 21 Nov 17
With the in , it makes life very precarious. We are very worried that the gains we have made on cholera and food scarcity are being reversed.
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Oxfam International 14 Nov 17
All Yemen’s ports must reopen – millions of people are at risk, and hundreds of thousands will die without food, fuel, or medicine:
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Geert Cappelaere 25 Nov 17
Hope is still alive for . delivers lifesaving vaccines to airport
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UNICEF 4 Dec 17
Without fuel, health and water facilities can't run. Children are suffering. Fuel must be let into
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UNICEF 22 Nov 17
Yemen is a country on its knees . To help , we need access.
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Oxfam International 21 Nov 17
Saudis must lift blockade: “If those with the power to act fail to do so, history will judge these countries”
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UN Humanitarian 21 Nov 17
More than 2 weeks and still no aid allowed into . Food, clean water, medicines and fuel are running out. To avoid a humanitarian catastrophe, the Hudaydah and Saleef ports and the Sana’a airport need to open immediately. There's no time to lose - .
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