Iftar4Peace Reaffirms Importance of Global Ceasefire Call in Yemen
The holy month of Ramadan has arrived, and Yemen is still facing a bloody war and ongoing fighting, amid fears of an outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic in Yemen. On April 10, Yemen’s first case of the disease was confirmed, amid concerns about the ability of the country’s health infrastructure to manage such a crisis.
With that, in the spirit of the holy month, we call on all the conflict parties to respond to the UN-brokered global ceasefire and to release all detainees and abductees, including journalists and women.
Participants of Iftar4Peace launched by Women4Yemen
What else you can do?
*Read our latest statement about the UN-brokered global ceasefire
*You can also view Our statement along with other eight Yemeni Women Groups, calling for a ceasefire.
Sign our petition: https://secure.avaaz.org/en/community_petitions/all_parties_to_the_conflict_in_yemen_covid19_end_conflict_in_yemen_now/?caakNdb&utm_source=sharetools&utm_medium=copy&utm_campaign=petition-1004711-covid19_end_conflict_in_yemen_now&utm_term=aakNdb%2Ben
*Sign the global petition to support the call for ceasefire: https://secure.avaaz.org/campaign/en/global_ceasefire_loc/
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