The statistics in this blog were updated on 25 July 2017.
“She is unable to eat. She vomits everything and diarrhoea is constant,” said Ahmad.
He is worried about his two-year-old daughter Ragdad.
Like over 390,860 others in Yemen, Ragdad has been infected with cholera. More than 1,860 people have already died from the disease.
Between 5,000 and 6,000 suspected cases per day have been reported in the past week alone. And around half of those infected are children
Cholera in Yemen has become an unprecedented public health crisis.