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

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In 2019
 
Cholera outbreak in Yemen
Yemen

Crisis update – July 2017

Project Update 3 Aug 2017
 
TESTIMONY: Roger Gutiérrez, 
MSF field coordinator
Yemen

“Some families have to choose between taking a child to hospital or feeding the others”

Voices from the Field 10 Jul 2017
 
Daily Life in Abs Hospital
Yemen

Urgent need for improved water and sanitation to curb cholera

Press Release 10 Jul 2017
 
Destroyed Ambulances in East Ghouta, Syria
Global health

MSF urges G20 to take action on health issues

Press Release 6 Jul 2017
 
MSF supported cholera treatment center in Al-Sadaqa hospital, Aden, Yemen
Yemen

Cholera continues to spread

Project Update 21 Jun 2017
 
Yemen

Cholera outbreak threatens to get out of control

Press Release 20 May 2017
 
Yemeni chronicles
Yemen

MSF calls for increased response to cholera outbreak

Press Release 9 May 2017
 
Yemeni chronicles
Yemen

MSF statement at Geneva donor conference

Statement 25 Apr 2017
 
Candelaria Lanusse, MSF health adviser for Yemen
Yemen

"The war is taking a very high toll on the civilian population"

Voices from the Field 5 Apr 2017
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