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A message to the Head of UN Refugee Agency by Sayed Tia Baau

04-02-2018, 11:33 PM
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A message to the Head of UN Refugee Agency by Sayed Tia Baau

    11:33 PM April, 02 2018

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    Dear your excellency,

    I have always been a firm believer in UNHCR and what your esteem organization do to help refugees worldwide.Further more your activities since you are nominated for the job and till now(for example Refugees Olympic Team) encourage everyone to approach you in particular .

    Your excellency, Iam writing to place before your hand the environment in which, we the refugees in Yemen live.The below facts describe the situation in which we live:


    The dire humanitarian situation in Yemen is an entirely man-made catastrophe. By mid 2017, 22.2 million Yemenis needed some form of humanitarian or protection assistance, many due to a breakdown in existing support systems and deterioration of all basic services.
    Damaged infrastructure, a crumbling economy and constant bureaucratic constraints continue to intensify the crisis and create notable challenges for the delivery of humanitarian assistance.
    The imposition of a complete blockade in early November drove dramatic inflation on basic commodities, prevented humanitarian movement into and out of Yemen, and impeded the efficient delivery critically-needed of medicines and medical supplies. Arbitrary policy changes by parties to Yemen's conflict continue to hinder the importation of both humanitarian and commercial supplies, damaging markets and leaving Yemenis exposed to higher risk of hunger and disease.
    Changing political dynamics in many parts of the country resulted in an escalation in violent incidents through the last quarter of 2017, further hampering humanitarian response efforts and creating a notable spike in civilian deaths.
    More than 2.1 million Yemenis remain displaced as a result of the ongoing conflict, 85% of whom fled their homes more than one year ago. While violence and lengthy bureaucratic processes continue to impede the delivery of supplies to people in need, millions of Yemeni people remain at greater risk of food insecurity, illness and death.

    More than 16 million Yemenis are now without access to safe water and basic healthcare.
    Only 50% of Yemen's health facilities are still fully functioning. 4.5 million children are now at risk of losing access to education. More than 1700 schools are closed due to damage from airstrikes and ground fighting, use by armed groups, or to accommodate displaced people who have lost their homes, and 17,000 Yemeni teachers have not been paid for more than 16 months.
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    Despite the magnitude of Yemen's crisis, humanitarian agencies received only 70% of the $2.34 billion required to address acute humanitarian needs in 2017, leaving health and education only 37% and 18.5% funded respectively.
    By the end of December 2017, Yemen had seen one million cases of suspected cholera in just 8 months. The ferocity with which cholera took hold across 21 of Yemen's 22 governorates denotes the enormity of a broader crisis that has left Yemenis without access to safe water, nutritious food and adequate health care.
    Towards the end of the year, agencies were grappling with small outbreaks of measles and diphtheria. Policies imposed by parties to Yemen's conflict that obstruct imports and the movement of supplies within Yemen saw fuel supplies plummet and resulted in the suspension of at least 15 medical services through November.
    By December 2017, the price of basic food had risen by 41% since the escalation of violence in March 2015, a jump of 8% in November alone. More than 17.4 Yemeni people are now food insecure, 7 million at risk of sliding into famine, and exacerbating vulnerability to cholera and other diseases.
    Humanitarian organisations are working extremely hard to deliver aid and assistance to people who need it to survive. If Yemen is to evade impending famine and the deaths of thousands of Yemeni people each day, humanitarian supplies and personnel must be allowed to reach the people they need. Yemen urgently needs a political solution to help arrest
    and reverse the humanitarian crisis.
    Before ending this letter,I would like to say that Yemen is the host country and the hosted refugees depend entire on the support and generosity of Yemenis unfortunately the Yemenis themselves in need for support.So if the people of the host country suffer؟what about the refugee؟؟
    Your excellency I am sorry for inconvenience but I totally trust as well as trusting UNHCR the organization that won noble price twice beside and Andara Gandhi price as well.
    Thank you again for being so patient while reading g my letter

    Your sincerely
    Sayed Baau
    Sanaa
    Yemen
                  

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