WHO: 2.25 Million Yemeni Children Suffering Acute Malnutrition in 2021
Yemen’s children are suffering increasingly as a result of war and blockade imposed on Yemen as Over 2.25 million children are projected to suffer from acute malnutrition during 2021.
“Yemen recorded one of the highest levels of acute malnutrition with a devastating toll on children less than five years. Over 2.25 million children are projected to suffer from acute malnutrition during 2021. 8,525 children were saved from malnutrition from January until June 2021,” The World Health Organization (WHO) said in a tweet on Sunday.
The United Nations revealed its apparent bias towards the coalition, when Saudi Arabia and the UAE were removed from the list of child rights violators, despite clear crimes committed by the coalition against Yemeni children.
A number of observers believe that the contradictions of the United Nations in covering up the killing of Yemeni children, and crying over those children, reveal the level of moral degradation that the United Nations is now pursuing, by using Yemen’s children as a tool of begging, in order to enrich the pockets of UN officials.
Especially, International organizations operating in Yemen face charges of trading the coalition-made humanitarian weapons in Yemen.