‘’ The International Committee of the Red Cross is reporting the number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen has reached 1 million, making it the worst cholera epidemic on record
According to the Red Cross, more than 80 percent of Yemenis now lack food, fuel, water and access to healthcare.
Yemen is on the brink of total collapse and an “apocalypse,” aid agency Oxfam said in a report Wednesday 12/20/2017
‘Ninety percent of Yemen’s food has to be imported and since a Saudi-led coalition imposed a blockade of the country’s key northern ports, only over a third of the food its people need is coming in. More than 8.4 million people are now at 'acute risk' of famine’.
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Mark Lowcock, the UN's humanitarian chief, warned the Security Council that there will be a famine in Yemen and “it will be the largest famine the world has seen in many decades, with millions of victims."