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Ali made it to a hospital in time.

Ali's blood clot was treatable.

But the conflict around Yemen made it harder for his family to reach the care he needed.

We were able to help Ali and his family afford the transportation, so Ali could go back to playing with his little sister.

Please, DONATE today to keep supporting children living in conflict

“For over five years, millions of children have been battling for their survival every day,” Xavier Joubert, Country Director for Save the Children in Yemen said this summer. “Now we have seen a shocking reduction of 80 percent in the use of health care services for children since the beginning of the year. While health care is suffering across the board, children are being hardest hit, endangering thousands who need support on a daily basis. The world is standing by, and even reducing funding, while children are dying.”

Please, let us know if you can help provide medical care to children in Yemen

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