“Angelina Jolie’s Mission to Yemen: Bringing Compassion to Over 100,000 Refugees, with Striking Similarities to Ukraine Crisis”

Actress Angelina Jolie made a visit to war-torn Yemen on Sunday to express her solidarity with displaced families and garner support for an upcoming fundraising conference. As a special envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Jolie arrived in Aden, a southern coastal city where she met with refugees and families. The UNHCR hopes that Jolie’s visit will bring attention to the increasing humanitarian needs in Yemen, the poorest country in the Arab World, in anticipation of the High Level Pledging Conference for Yemen on March 16.

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Students express their frustration over the A-level results, feeling that they have been left with a raw deal. Meanwhile, an Oscar winner has taken to Instagram to share her journey to Aden, where she will be meeting refugees and displaced families for UNHCR. Despite the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, the celebrity is determined to show her support for those in need of peace in Yemen.

Angelina Jolie is on the ground in Yemen to assist refugees there, likening the crisis to that currently unfolding in Ukraine

Angelina Jolie has arrived in Yemen to offer her aid and support to the refugees there. She has compared the dire situation in Yemen to what is happening in Ukraine.

Jolie, 46, who is special envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), landed in the southern coastal city of Aden to meet with families and refugees there. Aden is the seat of the internationally recognized government.

At the age of 46, Jolie serves as the special envoy for UNHCR and recently arrived in Aden, a city located on the southern coast. Her visit entails meeting with both families and refugees residing in the area. The internationally recognized government is housed within Aden.

'As we continue to watch the horrors unfolding in Ukraine, and call for an immediate end to the conflict and humanitarian access, I'm here in Yemen to support people who also desperately need peace,' she wrote on Instagram

While the world is witnessing the distressing events happening in Ukraine and urging to put a halt to the war and provide humanitarian aid, I find myself in Yemen helping those who are also yearning for peace. This was shared by her on her Instagram account.

UNHCR special envoy, Angelina Jolie, arrives in the southern port city of Aden, Yemen on Sunday

Angelina Jolie, the special envoy for UNHCR, made her way to Aden, Yemen on Sunday.

UNHCR special envoy Angelina Jolie hugs a woman displaced by war during a visit to the southern province of Lahej, Yemen

Angelina Jolie, who is a UNHCR special envoy, was seen embracing a woman who had been displaced by war during her visit to the southern province of Lahej in Yemen. There are 4 million people in Yemen who have been forced to flee their homes due to the ongoing conflict. Jolie has been actively working with the UNHCR to provide aid and support to refugees around the world.

Angelina Jolie posted on Instagram her reasons as to why she had travelled to Yemen which is facing  a refugee crisis

Angelina Jolie took to Instagram to explain her recent visit to Yemen, a country currently dealing with a refugee crisis.

Angelina Jolie, who is working with the United Nations Refugee Agency, expressed her concern for the ongoing conflicts in Ukraine and Yemen. She emphasized that everyone deserves compassion, especially those affected by the devastating humanitarian crisis in Yemen, where one civilian is killed or injured every hour in 2022. With over 20 million people relying on humanitarian assistance to survive, the war has left the economy in shambles. The conflict in Yemen began in 2014 when the Houthi rebels, supported by Iran, took control of the capital and much of the north, resulting in the government fleeing to the south and then Saudi Arabia. In 2015, a Saudi-led coalition, with the backing of the US at the time, entered the war to restore power to Yemen’s government.

Angelina Jolie reacts at a camp for the internally displaced north of Yemen's southern city of Aden during a visit on Sunday to help draw attention to the catastrophic consequences of the seven-year conflict on the Yemeni people

Angelina Jolie visited a camp for the internally displaced in Yemen’s southern city of Aden to raise awareness about the disastrous effects of the ongoing conflict on the Yemeni people. She was captured reacting to the situation at the camp, which is home to numerous people who have been forced to flee their homes due to the conflict.

Jolie is seen holding her hands to her chest after witnessing Yemen's refugee crisis for herself

In a series of photos, we see Jolie with her hands clasped to her chest in what appears to be a gesture of concern and empathy. She had recently visited Yemen to witness the plight of refugees firsthand.

UNHCR special envoy Angelina Jolie stands during a visit to a camp of people displaced by war, in the southern province of Lahej, Yemen

Angelina Jolie, the special envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), was photographed standing in a camp for people who were displaced by the war in Lahej, Yemen.

Posting in an Instagram story, Jolie made direct comparisons between the situation in Yemen and what is currently happening on the ground in Ukraine. Pictured, people fleeing war-torn Ukraine arrive on a train from Poland at Hauptbahnhof main railway station in Berlin, Germany. Over one million people, mainly Ukrainian women and children as well as foreigners living or working in Ukraine, have fled Ukraine as the current Russian military invasion continues to inflict growing casualties on the civilian population

Angelina Jolie recently drew parallels between the ongoing conflict in Yemen and the situation unfolding in Ukraine. She took to her Instagram story to highlight the challenges faced by civilians in war-torn regions and emphasized the importance of extending support and compassion to all those affected by such crises. Jolie’s post reflected on the plight of over one million people, including women, children, and foreigners, who have fled Ukraine due to the current Russian military invasion. The conflict has escalated to become a regional proxy war that has resulted in the loss of over 150,000 lives, making it the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. In light of these developments, Jolie urged the international community to extend its support to the people of Yemen, who have been facing similar challenges for over seven years.

Angelina Jolie speaks to a girl at a camp for the internally displaced north of Yemen's southern city of Aden

Angelina Jolie interacting with a young girl at a camp for internally displaced individuals located in the northern region of Yemen’s southern city, Aden.

The Academy Award winner visited Yemeni families, including displaced families and refugees, to hear directly from them how the conflict has ripped their lives apart

The Hollywood star who won an Academy Award paid a visit to several Yemeni families, including those who were forced to leave their homes and the refugees, to listen to their stories about how the ongoing conflict has negatively affected their daily lives.

Jolie is hoping her visit will help draw attention to the catastrophic consequences of the seven-year conflict on the people of Yemen

Jolie is making a trip to Yemen in the hopes of bringing attention to the devastating effects of the ongoing conflict on its people. The U.N. refugee agency estimates that over two-thirds of Yemen’s population, or 20 million people, rely on humanitarian aid just to survive. This includes over 4.2 million displaced individuals and 102,000 refugees and asylum-seekers. The situation is dire, with around 13 million people facing starvation due to the prolonged conflict and insufficient funding. The U.N.’s humanitarian plan for Yemen in 2021 received only $2.27 billion out of its $3.85 billion requirement, marking the lowest funding level since 2015.

UNHCR special envoy Angelina Jolie walks during a visit to a camp of people displaced by war, in the province of Lahej

Angelina Jolie, the special envoy for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), was spotted taking a walk during her visit to a refugee camp in Lahej province. The camp was housing people who had been displaced by war.

Jolie, 46, has long been an advocate for the people of Yemen, likened the country's ongoing humanitarian crisis to the current devastation in Ukraine, urging compassion for those impacted by both conflicts

At 46 years of age, Jolie has been a vocal supporter of Yemen’s citizens, drawing parallels between the country’s continuing humanitarian crisis and the widespread devastation in Ukraine. She calls for empathy towards those affected by both conflicts.

The UNHCR hopes her visit will highlight the increasing humanitarian needs in Yemen and help mobilize urgent support for humanitarian work ahead of the annual High-Level Pledging Conference for Yemen on March 16

The UNHCR is anticipating that the upcoming visit of a special guest will bring attention to the growing humanitarian crisis in Yemen and encourage immediate aid for relief efforts. This is in preparation for the High-Level Pledging Conference for Yemen, which will take place on March 16.

United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) staff members stand with children at the refugee camp

A group of UNHCR employees are pictured with young children at a refugee camp.

Jolie takes a moment to reflect on everything she witnessed while at the camp on Sunday

The actress and activist Angelina Jolie took some time to reflect on her recent visit to a refugee camp, where she witnessed the dire conditions faced by displaced families. While she did so, reports continue to emerge of Russia’s ongoing attack on Ukraine, now in its second week. The conflict has already resulted in the deaths and injuries of hundreds of civilians, including children, and has caused over one million Ukrainians to flee to neighboring countries. The world has widely condemned Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision to invade Ukraine, resulting in severe economic sanctions against Russia. Putin claims that he is acting in Russia’s best interests due to Ukraine’s historical ties to his country, but Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy remains steadfast in his resistance.

Jolie explained on her Instagram that more than two million children were no longer in school as a result of the crisis

On her Instagram account, Jolie stated that due to the crisis, over two million children have been deprived of the opportunity to attend school.

Jolie told how one Yemeni civilian is killed or injured every hour during 2022 so far

In a recent statement, Jolie revealed the devastating news that a Yemeni civilian has been either killed or injured every hour in 2022. This alarming statistic highlights the ongoing crisis in Yemen and the urgent need for action to protect innocent lives.

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