After enduring more than seven years of brutal conflict the people of Yemen have finally had the opportunity to experience what it means to feel hopeful. But while the conflict has slowed, humanitarian needs continue to increase, and the humanitarian response remains under and unequally funded.
Less than half of Yemen's Humanitarian Response Plan has been funded so far. The largest part of the existing resources goes to food assistance programs with little left for long-term development and resilience initiatives, including education, health and livelihood projects.
CARE alongside other 29 NGOs calls on the international community to redouble their efforts to support both a long-term truce and a full and equitably funded humanitarian response, in order to allow people in Yemen to rebuild and recover their lives.