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Between the start of the war and late more than , are estimated to have lost their lives as a direct result of the conflict, while , others are believed to have died from indirect causes such as starvation and disease.
Children have suffered especially, with two million under age 5 classified as acutely malnourished and living in near-famine conditions. In this challenging environment, International Medical Corps serves areas of Yemen with some of the most pressing humanitarian needs, even though widespread damage to existing infrastructure has restricted access to many areas.
More than 3 million have been displaced internally within the country. Health authorities have struggled for years to control chronic malnutrition in Yemen, but the ongoing civil war has caused food security conditions to worsen dramatically. Another , have succumbed due to causes indirectly related to the war, including starvation and disease.
International Medical Corps currently maintains a staff of more than in the country. We also work to strengthen existing local national institutions, providing them with supplies and training that enable them to continue functioning. Since , International Medical Corps has supported primary and secondary healthcare facilities in seven governorates, enabling them to remain functional and provide a wide range of services. Our use of mobile medical units gives us the flexibility to extend our assistance to those residing in remote locations and unable to reach existing clinics.
In a country where food security has been a challenge even in the best of times, International Medical Corps is implementing emergency nutrition and food security programs to address growing needs in an environment of continued conflict.