The pledge will assist some 12.2 million people, including 5.6 million children, twelve times more than when the crisis erupted four years ago. Ninety percent of funds from the January 2014 pledge have already been disbursed.
Fuel shortages threaten water supplies in Aden, while airport and seaport restrictions hamper the importation of medical supplies and deployment of staff. Water has already been cut off in Lahj.
The FARDC commanders signing marks an integral step in the national action plan combatting rape in war, which was initially launched by the armed forces in September 2014.
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