Photo: Two Volunteers in Emirati Red Crescent give roses for little girl, one of the victims of the war in Yemen
The United Nations World Food Program has spent hundreds of millions of dollars on food aid intended for the most desperately poor people in Yemen -- but included not just impoverished households,
National and international humanitarian organisations will continue their work in Yemen despite the prevailing political and security circumstances.
Hadramaut Governor Adel Mohammed Ba-Humaid launched Wednesday (February 4th) a campaign to support cancer patients titled "We Love You", carried out by the Hadramaut Cancer Foundation to mark World
SANA’A, Yemen—The sound of children laughing can be heard as they repeat the Arabic alphabet.
In Yemen, where the Day of Persons with Disabilities is celebrated on 13 December, festivities go silently, perhaps even unnoticed. However, all over the country, there is reason to celebrate.
MILAH, Yemen — A doctor in a bare, rural clinic here decided to extend his working week to five days from two, to cope with the rush of hollow-eyed children who kept showing up in the mornings.
The Yemeni government last week approved a 50% increase in cash allowances for beneficiaries of the Social Welfare Fund (SWF), which covers 1.5 million of the poorest Yemenis.