Khulood lived with her grandmother and father in Haradh area, which was subjected to heavy aerial bombardment that destroyed many facilities in the area. Khulood’s Grandmother reported that several people from her neighborhood have lost their lives due to cholera. Photo: Gabreez

Yemen is caught in the world’s largest humanitarian crisis and is on the verge of famine after years of conflict and a de facto blockade have pushed food and fuel prices out of reach.

Relentless fighting is leaving people without clean water, food, hospitals, and schools.

There are now nearly 16 million people—more than half of the population—who do not know where their next meal is coming from. More than three million people have fled their homes, and more than 20 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance.

Since April 2017, there have been more than 1.3 million suspected cases of cholera, and 2,293 deaths from this preventable disease as a direct result of conflict. This is the one of the worst cholera outbreaks in recent history.

Since July 2015, Oxfam and our partners have reached three million people with assistance including cash and food vouchers.

In response to the cholera outbreak, Oxfam is delivering water, sanitation, and hygiene assistance and training to help prevent the spread of the disease.

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