"At this time of turbo-charged change, the United Nations remains focused on the real problems of real people." @antonioguterres @UN
And our #UNHCR staff in #Yemen like Ahlam work on listening to, & protecting people who are forced to flee their homes because of conflict.
UNHCR-led Protection Cluster w/our partner @DRC_dk helped 154 Yemenis with life-saving medical assistance since April 2019.
Most medical assistance included surgeries needed after war-related injuries. Victims were also provided services like rehabilitation & shelter.
.@UNReliefChief :Sept was the deadliest month for civilians in #Yemen this year w/reports of 388 killed or injured due to conflict.
That’s an average of 13 people who died every day.
Civilians must be protected, a peaceful resolution is the fastest way.https://t.co/fOXerrRAsR
Over 143 Somali refugees embarked onboard boat #36 that left Aden to Somalia yesterday as part of the assisted return program. UNHCR has helped 4,700 Somali refugees to return home from #Yemen. https://t.co/khkB9YsBxO
#Yemen: Heavy rains and flooding left 1,500 displaced families in Aden and Lahj without shelter and essential basic items.
@UNHCRYemen and partners led emergency intervention to replace damaged shelters and distribute mosquito nets, water buckets, and jerry cans among others. https://t.co/zP857NrQOf
@UNHCRYemen collaborates with authorities and legal partners in #Yemen to help displaced people get identity documentation. In six months, a total of 3,108 national IDs and 555 birth certificates were issued countrywide. See more here: https://t.co/IAgImxGyFm
#Yemen: To help them help their families and boost their productivity, UNHCR distributed equipment to displaced Yemenis and refugees who work in recycling in Aden. 300 more workers will receive wheelbarrow, safety uniform and eye protection among other equipment. https://t.co/WqZJz7kO92
#Yemen: 75 civilian casualties reported each week and more than 274,000 displaced since the beginning of 2019. UNHCR reiterates its call to all parties to the conflict to do their utmost to protect civilians and civilian infrastructure in Yemen. https://t.co/ewDtUmTWRO
#Yemen: So far in 2019 some 75,000 families have benefited from cash assistance provided by UNHCR. They have fled from fighting to safe areas or have returned to their homes after being displaced, often to find their homes in ruins and struggle to survive.https://t.co/Cio3zusg4S