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    UN warning of Yemen's exposure to the world's largest famine

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    Post by Rocky Wed 17 Oct 2018, 2:15 am

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    UN warning of Yemen's exposure to the world's largest famine

    The United Nations warned Tuesday that Yemen is threatened with "the world's greatest famine," noting that 18 million people do not know where they will secure their next meal.
    "Eighteen million Yemenis are living on their own without knowing where they will get their next meal," said Herve Fairwezel, spokesman for the UN World Food Program (WFP) on Tuesday. "Eight million Yemenis are on the verge of starvation.
    The official added that the intensification of clashes in the vicinity of the city of Hodeidah in western Yemen, negatively affected the general economic situation of the country.
    He explained that 570 thousand Yemenis in this city were forced, since June and now to leave their homes, pointing out that the reality of living in Yemen has become "disturbing."
    He pointed out that the prices of food staples have doubled in Yemen for three times compared to last year.
    Yemen continues to spread epidemic diseases, particularly cholera, for various reasons, including the lack of healthy water, lack of food and the acute shortage of medical supplies and medicines.
     
    Humanitarian reports indicate that 80 percent of Yemenis, or about 21 million people, need help.


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