Yemeni chronicles
After five years of war, chronic shortages of supplies and staff have led to the collapse of Yemen’s health system.

The 2020 COVID-19 outbreak in Yemen came after diseases such as cholera and diphtheria had already reappeared in the country.

A recent upsurge in fighting has exacerbated the dire situation in Yemen. With huge numbers of people unable to access even basic healthcare, our activities in the country are among our most extensive worldwide.

Our teams in Yemen responded to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic that devastated parts of the country.

 
Behind the conflict in Yemen: Balqees and Taha Story
Yemen

Behind the conflict in Yemen

storymaps. 30 Nov 2020
In 2019
 
North Yemen: living under daily coalition airstrikes
Yemen

Pledging conference – money alone is not enough

Statement 3 Apr 2018
 
MSF supported cholera treatment center in Al-Sadaqa hospital, Aden, Yemen
Yemen

“On an average day in Taiz, we hear around five explosions per minute”

Voices from the Field 1 Feb 2018
 
Tondo project in Philippines
Photo Story

A year in pictures 2017

18 Dec 2017
Photo Story
 
Cholera outbreak in Yemen
Yemen

From cholera to diphtheria – shattered health system battles a new threat

Statement 12 Dec 2017
 
Saving lives without salaries in Yemen
Yemen

“Just living has become more difficult”

Voices from the Field 11 Dec 2017
 
Yemen

Crisis update - January 2018

Crisis Update 11 Dec 2017
 
Fatima and her son. Kilo, southern Ibb governorate
Yemen

“There is food in the shops but no money to buy it”

Voices from the Field 6 Dec 2017
 
Al Gamhouri hospital in Hajjah city, damaged by airstrike
Yemen

Intense fighting and blockade further reduce access to healthcare

Press Release 6 Dec 2017
 
OpED on Yemen - David Noguera, President of MSF Spain
Yemen

Misery deepens as borders close

Op-Ed 20 Nov 2017
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