Social & Humanitarian and Cultural
Man-made famine crisis in Yemen
Agenda: Addressing the humanitarian crisis in South Yemen
Social and Humanitarian committee focuses on the examination of human rights questions, including reports of the special procedures of the newly established Human Rights Council; discusses the advancement of women, the protection of children, indigenous issues, the treatment of refugees, the promotion of fundamental freedoms through the elimination of racism and racial discrimination, and the promotion of the right to self- determination.

Humanitarian crisis in Yemen remains the worst in the world, as UN has warned. An estimated 24 million people – close to 80 per cent of the population – need assistance and protection in Yemen. With famine threatening hundreds of thousands of lives, humanitarian aid is increasingly becoming the only lifeline for millions across the country.
Mawin Nitnara
My name is Techit Nitnara, an international chairman of SOCHUM, it is a pleasure to welcome you to our conference and to fantastic city. The voice of you is the part of the real implementation, I wish delegates managing well to come up with the ideas and solution concerning the issues. Moreover, the chair is always ready to provide all the conveniences and professional advices to reach the goal together. See you soon, delegates.
Rina Staritsyna
Vice President
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