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1 day ago
Children in #Hajjah Gov. celebrated the #WorldWaterDay emphasizing the importance of having access to clean water. In the past two years, @UNICEF_Yemen worked to disinfect drinking water sources in rural & urban areas which benefited +5 million people, 50% of them are children. https://t.co/4DeqYwGFBJ iMMAPer photo
1 day ago
Less than half of Yemenis have access to clean water.

Less than half of the hospitals in #Yemen are functional.

We’re seeing cholera cases increase again.
2 days ago
In #Yemen people are now at higher risk & less able to cope than at any stage of the conflict. Negative coping mechanisms such as child labour & child marriage are spreading across the country.

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2 days ago
On March 3, iMMAP held a training session at OCHA’s office in Sana’a, Yemen to teach MEAL Center Foundation staff how to design tools and surveys using the KoBo Toolbox.

Since 2016, iMMAP has trained over 130 humanitarian actors in the field of information management in #Yemen. https://t.co/zzsLUs21Rh
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3 days ago
"Of the 3 million who are acutely malnourished in #Yemen, two-thirds are children. Malnutrition impairs growth & cognitive development. A shocking half of all children are stunted. At this rate, malnutrition will create a lost generation."
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