UNICEF report raises concern over children's education in Yemen
In March 2021, the United Nations organized a conference about the Yemen war. The situation in Yemen remains disastrous: a recent report published by UNICEF titled
Education disrupted: Impact of the conflict on children’s Education in Yemen warned the international community of the extreme poverty and its impact on children's education. Indeed, more than two million children can not go to school anymore because of the
war. But recently, the United Nations also warned the international community about the catastrophic famine that happened in Yemen due to the war. Indeed, Yemen is highly risking the worst famine in decades in the world. To tackle the threat of famine in Yemen,
the special envoy, Mister Lenderking, states that the United States will give 165 million dollars in humanitarian aid through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). In February, the US President, Joe Biden, claimed that the United
States stopped supporting the offensive operations of Saudi Arabia in Yemen and asserted his desire to end the war to create " a more peaceful" and "prosperous future". According to the United Nations, the war in Yemen has killed at least 233 000 people and
is the worst humanitarian crisis worldwide.