UNICEF said it feared "another public health crisis" in Yemen after a cholera outbreak, with 250 cases confirmed.
Only a few medical facilities are still functioning and two-thirds of the population is without access to safe drinking water, the United Nations has said.
At least 130 people had died from the acute disease since April 27, and 11,000 suspected cholera cases had been reported across the country.
7.6 million people live in areas at high risk of cholera transmission, according to the World Health Organization.
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