A report issued by the United Nations Development Program stated today, Tuesday, that the death toll of the Yemeni crisis will be recorded by the end of the year, directly and indirectly, 377,000 people, seven years after its outbreak. According to Agence France-Presse”.
And the report stated: “We found that by the end of 2021, the crisis in Yemen will have led to 377,000 deaths, approximately 60% of them, or about 226,200 indirect, and direct deaths are those caused by the fighting, and their rate is approximately 40%. The 150,800 deaths.”
According to the report, “indirect deaths are caused by problems associated with the crisis such as lack of access to food, water and health care, and these deaths largely affect young children who are particularly vulnerable to deficiency and malnutrition.”
Yemen is witnessing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, according to the United Nations, as the crisis has displaced millions from their homes, destroyed hundreds of schools and disrupted the health system.