Stop Starving Yemen
The people of Yemen are not starving. They are being starved. This crisis is entirely man-made, brought on by conflict which has continued for four years.
Since the conflict escalated in March 2015, fighting has killed thousands of civilians and forced nearly three million people to flee their homes. Yemen has experienced a cholera epidemic of record proportions and the UN has warned that the country is on the brink of the worst famine the world has seen in decades. 24 million people are in need of assistance – it is the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.
Food sources – markets, farms, food imports – have been attacked or negatively impacted. And the price of what limited food there is is high, leaving those with the least suffering the most.
Food should never be a weapon of war. Be part of the movement for change, call on the UK Government to do all it can.
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