The war in Yemen is now over five years long and has left 11.3 million children in need of humanitarian assistance to survive.
And after half of the country's health facilities were destroyed through civil war, the impact of coronavirus will be devastating. We're currently raising funds to help children affected by COVID-19 in Yemen and around the world - find out more about our coronavirus response in Yemen here.
Yemen has just over 500 confirmed cases of the virus, but there are reports of deaths from COVID-19 symptoms from around the country and case fatality is alarmingly high.
Yemen is a perfect storm of humanitarian, protection and economic crises, with each fuelling the other.
Extreme hunger and disease may have already claimed the lives of up to 85,000 young children.
Children are in the eye of that storm and their fight to survive gets harder every day. Your support for our Yemen Appeal is urgent - please donate today.
Our teams are in Yemen right now, making sure children can get food to eat, access healthcare, continue their education and be protected from violence. But the crisis is worsening.
We're doing everything we can to reach the most vulnerable children, but the on-and-off blockade is restricting our access.
Children urgently need your support to help them survive. Donate now.