Even World Health Organization has declared there are 7.5 million people, who live in contagious area, and many of them are at risk of cholera. Due to the civil Yemeni war, health conditions and services got worsed and this has led to malnutrition, dirty water and food shortages. According to general Director of United Nations Fund for Arab Region, it has been increased number of death among pregnant women and this should be considered the worst humanitarian disaster in the last decades. This situation is due to malnutrition and displacement. This war has seriously affected the health local and national service, and actually just 30% of national sanitation service is available.
The World Health Organization has affirmed due to cholera about 242 people are dead. This terrible sanitary condition is added to the problem regarding famine, which has caused other deaths in the last weeks. The warnings by WHO are alarming, even because the representative for Yemen, Zagaria, has said by the end of the year a quarter of a million people is supposed to get sick. Cholera is a contagious bacteria, which is spread through contaminated water and food. The danger of not helping yemeni people is due to impossibility of accessing to some parts of State as well, so it would be possible, number of disease cases is going to increase. Zagaria has also declared UN agencies are going to present and elaborate a cholera prevention plan in the following 48 hours. Anyway this will not enough, indeed it is required economic efforts to Yemeni authorities to give them the opportunity of building new infrastructures up.