26 Sep 2022 - Hudaydah, 26 September 2022 – UNMHA is gravely concerned about continued civilian deaths and injuries in Hudaydah due to explosive ordnance.
Since the shift of the frontlines on 12 November 2021, 242 civilian casualties consisting of 101 deaths and 141 injuries, have been reported in Hudaydah due to landmines and other explosive remnants of war (ERW).
11 Sep 2022 - Hudaydah, 11 September 2022 - UNMHA Head of Mission Major General (retd.) Michael Beary and his Deputy, Ms. Vivian van de Perre, met on Saturday in Riyadh with Yemen’s Minister of Foreign and Expatriate Affairs, H.E. Ahmad Awadh BinMubarak and other Government of Yemen officials.
26 Mar 2022 - UNMHA is concerned about the reported airstrikes in Hudaydah city, Al Hail district and As Salif port, and the targeting of Hudaydah’s ports, which are a critical lifeline for the Yemeni population and an indispensable and vital humanitarian artery.
The Mission is taking necessary measures to gain immediate access to the reported incident sites.
28 Feb 2022 - UNMHA Head of Mission Major General Michael Beary concluded a week-long regional visit to Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates and Jordan today. The visit follows a series of intensive consultations with the parties and a range of interlocutors in Hudaydah and the other parts of Yemen since his arrival in January 2022.
21 Jan 2022 - UNMHA is gravely concerned about the recent military hostilities in Hudaydah city that have resulted in the devastating loss of civilian life, multiple injuries and damage to public infrastructure.
17 May 2021 - A disturbing pattern of indiscriminate hostilities impacting residential areas in recent days in the Hudaydah governorate has resulted in yet more reports of civilian losses and injuries.
There are reports that one of the latest incidents has led to the death of one civilian and injury of another five after a drone strike at a restaurant in the Taif area of Al Durayhimi yesterday, as people gathered during the Eid Al Fitr celebration.
16 Mar 2021 - UNMHA is concerned by bouts of troubling hostilities in the Hudaydah governorate over the last few weeks, including aerial strikes and artillery shelling in residential areas, that constitute violations of the Stockholm Agreement and have severely impacted the population.
UNMHA deplores the loss and injuries of innocent civilians, including children, during these incidents.