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On Wednesday, April 19, the UNICEF on Facebook stated that it is continuing to provide its humanitarian support in Yemen. This support consists of distributing basic medicines to about 2,200 health facilities in all Yemeni cities.

The support is part of the Emergency Human Capital Project, which is funded by the World Bank and implemented by the UNICEF. The project aims to support Yemen with basic health services, food and water.

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