25 people have been died over 15,000 others inflicted due to the spread of the cholera epidemic in Yemen Hajjah province since the beginning of the year, according to a Hajjah Health Office report on Thursday.
The report said that the health sector faces a shortage of treatment centers and medicines to continue to combat cholera.
It pointed out that the sector also suffers from lack of intravenous solutions and treatments to combat the epidemic as a result of the war and the siege imposed by the Saudi-led coalition on the Yemeni people.
The war on Yemen is a humanitarian catastrophe, with an average of 123 civilians killed or wounded every week and at least 14 million people at risk of starvation.
The Saudi-led coalition is alleged to be committing war crimes in Yemen, yet the United States continues to supply materials and troops in support of the coalition, prolonging a bloody, inhumane war. Efforts to extricate the United States from this immoral war.