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We need to talk about Yemen.

Airstrikes on civilian neighbourhoods are becoming more frequent, and the death toll is rising. Just last month, over 100 people were killed attending a community funeral.

Devastation, fear and suffering is part of everyday life here. There is nowhere children can feel safe. They make up a third of the people killed since the conflict between the Huthi armed group and allied forces and the Saudi Arabia-led coalition began, over 19 months ago.

Many people are seriously injured going about their daily lives. Many more are killed while asleep in their beds. Some are killed simply walking down the street. 

The conflict in Yemen has been coined ‘The Forgotten War’ by international media. In contrast to Syria, this is a crisis that’s talked about significantly less. But we must not forget. We cannot ignore.

Samia was sleeping when shrapnel from a rocket attack struck her neighbourhood in Aden and led to her leg being amputated.
Samia was sleeping when shrapnel from a rocket attack struck her neighbourhood in Aden and led to her leg being amputated.

These attacks against civilians must stop.

Over the last two years the USA and UK Governments have supplied Saudi Arabia with billions of dollars worth of arms. Even in light of extensive knowledge about how the Saudi Arabia-led coalition is using certain weapons to directly harm civilians, the USA and UK Governments continued to supply Saudi Arabia with arms. Today, millions of people are now displaced and many more are unsure of how they’ll find their next meal.

Your support means we can pressure these governments to halt the transfer of arms for use in this conflict. They must be made accountable for supplying arms that continue to cause so much bloodshed.

Please make an urgent donation today so we can continue to investigate these serious war crimes and campaign to end the supply of arms.

Governments must act now – before it’s too late.

Your kind donation will help provide vital resources so we can continue this urgent mission, and all our human rights work around the world.

Islam Ibrahim (8) was playing outside his house in Aden, when he was injured in a rocket attack. A piece of shrapnel was lodged in his neck.
Islam Ibrahim (8) was playing outside his house in Aden, when he was injured in a rocket attack. A piece of shrapnel was lodged in his neck.
MSF supported hospital bombed by the Saudi Arabia-led coalition in Haydan in Sa'da.
MSF supported hospital bombed by the Saudi Arabia-led coalition in Haydan in Sa’da.

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