Families need urgent help right now.
WFP will resume food distributions for the 850,000 people in Sana’a City who have not received food rations from WFP for the last two months.
WFP is providing food assistance for those most urgently in need of support in what has emerged as one of the world’s worst hunger crises. In 2019, WFP aims to provide 12 million people with food and nutrition assistance with 100% rations across Yemen.
WFP is currently registering beneficiaries on the SCOPE system in Yemen. Registering beneficiaries on the SCOPE system allows WFP to expand the cash transfer program.
Saleh’s family live inside this tent. When they cannot afford breakfast they only have tea to drink. Saleh and his family fled from Bani Hassan due to the recent fighting in the area.
Malika fled before her sister Amina left their home village with her family. Malika helps Amina to prepare food for the entire family.
Amian with her children - Nuha (5), Muna (3) and Salem (6). Amina fled with her children from Bani Hassan after the conflict escalated in the area. Amina sold her clothes to feed her children.
Sami, 3, and Fares, 4, fled from Bani Hassan, Yemen. Sami and Fares couldn’t sleep at night as result of the bombing and airstrikes. Their parents had to sell their jewelry and borrow money to get transportation and flee to a safe place.
The decision was taken as a last resort after lengthy negotiations stalled on an agreement to prevent the diversion of food away from some of the most vulnerable people in Yemen.
Seven women share their experiences of extreme hardship during Ramadan in war-torn Yemen.
Ghanem and his mother wait for a screening, where WFP provides Plumpy Sup' and SuperCereal to treat moderate acute malnutrition. The continued conflict in Yemen is pushing millions of people in Yemen to the brink of famine.
A young girl finishes her day at school. The World Food Programme sponsors school meals in Yemen.