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Relief Alliance: Up to 47 civilians killed, injured in Taiz in February
[12/02/2018 02:48]
TAIZ-SABA
The Humanitarian Relief Alliance (HRA) has issued a new report on humanitarian situations in Taiz during January 2018.

The alliance declared in its report that 106 families lost their supporters after being killed over the war waged by Houthi rebel militia on the city and across the country, and other 268 family supporters have lost their jobs over injuries they sustained during the past month.

According to the report, nine children and seven women have been killed and other 17 children and 14 women were injured, some of them suffer serious injuries, over Houthi regular shelling on neighborhoods.

The war in Taiz has lef 530 orphans last January and these children are in bad need of care and relief aid, the HRA's report went on.

The alliance affirmed in their report that 42 families have been displaced from their homes in Sala district eastern Taiz after heavy shelling on their quarters to hosting houses of relative families in the city center.

Up to 34 house, facility and private possessions were damaged, five constructions and private possessions of them were wholly damaged, and 29 others have been partly damaged over the war waged by the militia last month, said the report.
The report indicated that humanitarian aid to victims of the war in Taiz have been reduced to 80 percent during 2017, in comparison to 2016, over expectations of paying salaries of the employees.

The relief alliance called upon all humanitarian organizations and concerned bodies to shoulder their moral responsibility towards suffering of Taizi citizens and not to abandon them in such severe conditions over the war and the siege has been imposed on them for three years.


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