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Yemen Humanitarian Fund (YHF) launches a $45 million allocation to ensure continuity of critical services into 2022.

The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen (OCHA) posted on its Facebook and Twitter page that the allocation was to ensure decent living conditions for the displaced and other vulnerable populations in Yemen.

This support comes at the time of funding shortfall that many of humanitarian sectors carrying out life-saving interventions suffer from.

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