Yemen was already one of the poorest countries in the world before the regional proxy war took over the country.
The Saudi-led war on Yemen is now into its fourth year.
And hospitals are struggling to cope.
We’re in the good hands of God.
People are sick for years.
We have done nothing to be in this situation.
We’re just citizens here.
We have nothing but God.
This hospital is in the Houthi controlled port city of Hudaida, vital to getting aid and supplies into the country.
But fighting nearby is threatening to close the lifeline to millions of Yemenis.
The humanitarian coordinator in Yemen Liz Grande says that a military attack or siege on Hudaida will impact hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians.
Humanitarian organizations have rushed to develop a contingency plan.
In a prolonged worst-case, we fear that as many as 250,000 people may lose everything even their lives.
The U.S. is warned the United Arab Emirates, which is part of the Saudi-led coalition against attacking the port city.
These pictures are said to show military vehicles belonging to the UAE that have been captured by the Houthis.
All sides keen to showcase their victories in what is just as much a propaganda war.
Some aid agencies such as the Red Cross have sent staff home, because of security concerns, leaving millions at the mercy of a political war with no end in sight.
And aid agencies describe what is happening in Yemen as the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
It’s Stefanie Dekker, Al Jazeera.