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Antonio Guterres, U.N.'s secretary-general, has informed that international donors have pledged $1.1 billion in aid for Yemen.Paradoxically, among the countries that have now pledged support are some that have actively contributed to the ravage of Yemen.As a result of the ongoing war in Yemen, 462,000 children suffer from severe malnutrition and nearly 2.2 million are in need of urgent care.Almost 15 million people do not have access to health care in Yemen, including 8.8 million who are living in severely underserved areas.The people of Yemen – particularly its children – rendered vulnerable by the conflict require psycho social support and guidance.The recent $1.1 billion pledge for war-torn Yemen by international donors raises important questions.
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