Published On: Wed, Jul 12th, 2017

Situation in Yemen worsens as it faces a ‘total social, economic and institutional collapse’

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United Nations humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock has reported the concerns about the situation at Yemen and has also warned about its total social, economic and institutional collapse. According to the reports by the ‘United Nations’, the country faces a triple threat in the form of ‘armed conflict, famine and deadly disease.’

The war stuck zone of Middle East is in the midst of famine and cholera that has so far around 1800 people. According to the UN reports a total of 300000 cases related to cholera has been registered. Around 3 million have been reported to be suffering from acute malnourishment out of which around 500000 are reported to be children. If so is the condition for long, the disease along with the war will not spare anybody.

Yemen has been under the war zone for over 2 years now. The conflict between the country’s recognised government along with its sub ordinates that include Saudi and UAE against the Shia Houthi supported by Iran has been a major set back to the nation. There doesn’t seem any end to the war, but there definitely seems like an end to the life the common people who are suffering the most in the fight between the conflicting parties.

Azam Sait

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Situation in Yemen worsens as it faces a ‘total social, economic and institutional collapse’