“The Yemeni crisis requires an unprecedented response.Our three agencies have teamed up with the Yemeni authorities and other partners to coordinate our activities in new ways of working to save lives and to prepare for future emergencies.

In the last three months alone, 400,000 cases of suspected cholera and nearly 1900 associated deaths have been recorded.

Vital health, water and sanitation facilities have been crippled by more than two years of hostilities, and created the ideal conditions for diseases to spread.

“We also saw the vital work being done by local authorities and NGOs, supported by international humanitarian agencies, including our own.

We have set up more than 1000 diarrhoea treatment centres and oral rehydration corners.

“We now call on the international community to redouble its support for the people of Yemen.

If we fail to do so, the catastrophe we have seen unfolding before our eyes will not only continue to claim lives but will scar future generations and the country for years to come.”### About UNICEFUNICEF promotes the rights and wellbeing of every child, in everything we do.

Malnutrition makes them more susceptible to cholera; diseases create more malnutrition. “At one hospital, we visited children who can barely gather the strength to breathe.

We spoke with families overcome with sorrow for their ill loved ones and struggling to feed their families.

KW - Natural history KW - Periodicals ER - TY - BOOK TI - Abhandlungen der Naturhistorischen Gesellschaft zu Nürnberg. 13-15 1900-1905 UR - https:// PB - Conrad Geiger, CY - Nürnberg : PY - 1900 N1 - Title page for Bd.