Mark Lowcock, United Nations undersecretary-general for humanitarian affairs and emergency relief coordinator, writes at CNN.com:
Throughout 2018, despite one of the most dangerous and complex operational environments, some 254 international and national partners actively coordinated with the UN to provide even more people in Yemen with life-saving support. Together, we assist about 8 million people every month across the country — the largest aid operation in the world.
In December alone, we reached a record number of more than 10 million people with food assistance.
But much more needs to be done. We know we can save millions more lives this year. But we are running out of time.
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