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Eurasian Academy Of Sciences Social Sciences JournalYl:2022 Say: 40 Alan: Uluslararas likiler

Naema Ali Abdullah AL-Akbari
THE IMPACT OF CIVIL WAR ON THE HUMANITARIAN SITUATION IN YEMEN (2014-2020)
 
Yemen, the poorest country in the Arabian Peninsula, has gone through a variety of civil wars that have seriously affected life throughout its history, as it is one of the poorest countries politically, economically and socially. But the last civil war with the deadliest results is the one still going on between the Houthis and the Yemeni government, which is supported by different actors. Today, Yemen is seen as the country with the most serious humanitarian disaster in the world. In this context, this research examines the impact of war on humanitarian status by assessing the diverse dimensions of the suffering experienced by the Yemeni people as a result of the war. It also analyzes how the response to this crisis has been addressed, while focusing on the challenges on the ground in humanitarian programs and the provision of basic needs. The research also shows that the international community has an important role to play in mitigating the effects of the crisis. This research is divided into five separate headings to achieve its targeted results. The first part is usually the introductory part, providing an overview of the content of the work. The second part constitutes the conceptual part of the study, while the third and fourth parts try to present the main aims of the research mentioned above. The fifth section is the conclusion, in which the research findings and the summary of the study are briefly presented.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Civil War, Humanitarian Crisis, Humanitarian Response, Houthits, Yemen


THE IMPACT OF CIVIL WAR ON THE HUMANITARIAN SITUATION IN YEMEN (2014-2020)
 
Yemen, the poorest country in the Arabian Peninsula, has gone through a variety of civil wars that have seriously affected life throughout its history, as it is one of the poorest countries politically, economically and socially. But the last civil war with the deadliest results is the one still going on between the Houthis and the Yemeni government, which is supported by different actors. Today, Yemen is seen as the country with the most serious humanitarian disaster in the world. In this context, this research examines the impact of war on humanitarian status by assessing the diverse dimensions of the suffering experienced by the Yemeni people as a result of the war. It also analyzes how the response to this crisis has been addressed, while focusing on the challenges on the ground in humanitarian programs and the provision of basic needs. The research also shows that the international community has an important role to play in mitigating the effects of the crisis. This research is divided into five separate headings to achieve its targeted results. The first part is usually the introductory part, providing an overview of the content of the work. The second part constitutes the conceptual part of the study, while the third and fourth parts try to present the main aims of the research mentioned above. The fifth section is the conclusion, in which the research findings and the summary of the study are briefly presented.

Keywords: Civil War, Humanitarian Crisis, Humanitarian Response, Houthits, Yemen


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