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Deadly clashes and air strikes in Yemen have forced over 2.4 million people to flee their homes since March 2015.
21 million people are in need of life-saving aid, a shocking 82% of the population.
We are delivering more than 1.7 million litres of clean water to people in the north and south of the country and reached 850,000 people with water, food vouchers, hygiene kits and other essential aid.
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Ms Fatima next to an Oxfam water tank in Al Zuhra Camp, Hodeidah. Oxfam is supplying the camp with clean drinking water on a daily basis
Sajjad Mohammad Sajid, Oxfam Country Director in Yemen, said: "Ground fighting, shelling and airstrikes by all warring parties have compounded an already severe food crisis and could push Yemen to the edge, with 7.6 million people already severely food insecure.
"People desperately need food and water, medicine and health services, they need aid that can reach them - ultimately they need the conflict to end so they can rebuild their lives. All those fuelling Yemen's tragedy need to stop being arms brokers and start becoming peace brokers. The international community must redouble its efforts to help bring this crisis to a peaceful resolution."
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A year of devastating conflict in Yemen compounded by a looming banking crisis risks pushing millions into famine, warns Oxfam today one year on from the escalation of war.
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