Aid for the humanitarian crisis in Yemen

 A Yemeni child looks at buildings damaged by an airstrike in the southern city of Taez.

(CNN)The civil war in Yemen has brought untold misery and desperation to civilians trapped by the fighting.

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The United Nations describes the situation in Yemen as the world's worst humanitarian crisis and reports more than 22 million people -- three-quarters of Yemen's population -- desperately need assistance.
The civil war greatly limited the population's access to food and clean water, leading to the largest cholera outbreak ever reported. The UN Food Programme estimates nearly 12 million people are on the verge of starvation in Yemen.
    Despite the dire situation, UN humanitarian chief Mark Lowcock says it is not too late to save Yemen's civilians.
    UN agencies and nongovernmental organizations are reaching 8 million people in Yemen, and they aim to help at least 15 million next year. More assistance is needed, and you can join the efforts through our Public Good campaign here.