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Yemen Crisis Appeal

Conflict in Yemen has worsened dramatically. Up to 70 per cent of the population urgently need emergency aid.

Now the country is also in the grip of an unprecedented cholera epidemic.

Providing food, clean water and medical help are priorities. The Red Cross is supporting hundreds of thousands of people with life-saving relief supplies.

Yemen crisis: how we're helping

A child standing in front of rubble

After two years of conflict, more than 14 million people in Yemen do not have enough food.

How we're helping on the ground >

Cholera Q&A - the deadly disease explained

Cholera bacterium

What is cholera and why is it such a danger in Yement? A Red Cross health adviser explains.

How to prevent and treat cholera >

Children hit worst in Yemen's cholera epidemic

Ragdad, a two-year-old girl with cholera in Yemen, lies on a bed with an IV tube across her body

Around half of the 124,000 people with cholera in Yemen are children. Our help is saving lives across the country.

Find out how we're helping >

Five things you didn’t know about Yemen

A man holds his young daughter while standing in front of a destroyed building in Yemen

With Yemen facing famine, how much do you know about one of the world’s most serious crises?

Yemen crisis update >

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