The aid organizations have launched a five-year five-year campaign against Yemen's polio. The campaign will continue three days after Monday, with the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) and the World Health Organization (WHO). "The campaign is very serious," said Mirtexel Relano, UNICEF's representative in Yemen.
"The complete lack of functioning and malnutrition of the health system has reduced the risk of preventative diseases," he said. "It is very important that all aspects of the conflict allow the survivor to reach the vaccine from north to south and on the east and west," he said.
On the other hand, according to the International Migration Organization, the United Nations helps immigrants from Ethiopia who live in Yemen to return to their country. The first 100 migrants were repatriated and over 300 have to be distributed for a week.