1887
Volume 2016, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 1999-7086
  • E-ISSN: 1999-7094

Abstract

The present paper was designed to reflect the impact of conflict on the health situation in Yemen. A total of 2,305,048 people are displeased from their residences. The consequences of conflict permeate countless aspects of society, and are not limited to the mass causality (death and injured), inaccessibility to the health services and disturbance of health system. The most vulnerable group is the children who are highly affected by the current conflict, data shows that Acute malnutrition is dramatically increased in 2015 survey from 2014 survey, in Hodeida and Aden governorates GAM rates is 31% and 23 in 2015 respectively while in 2014 it was 18% in Hodeida and 10% in Aden. This analysis shows that the negative effect of war on health is particularly intense in the short term following the onset of a conflict, and children are the most affected group.

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2016-10-09
2019-12-15
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