A child dies every 12 minutes in Yemen.
The war’s killed more than a quarter of a million people.The fighting in Yemen, now in its fifth year, appears to be no closer to an end. Peace efforts have made little progress.
And the United States and some other western powers continue to support the Saudi-UAE coalition against Houthi rebels.
Every day brings horrific stories of civilian deaths – including women and children – from violence, famine or disease.
A United Nations study identifies 44 million Yemenis, nearly 40 percent of the population, as living in extreme poverty.
1.6 million children are facing malnutrition. More than a third of them – of school age – cannot attend classes.
The war has cost the economy 89 billion dollars
The UN says Yemen is one of the greatest preventable disasters.
What can be done to resolve the conflict in Yemen?
PRESENTER: Imran Khan
Hakim Al Masmari, Political Analyst and Editor-in-Chief of The Yemen Post
Mohammed Jumeh, Member of the National Dialogue Conference in Yemen
Karl Schembri, Regional Media Adviser in the Middle East, Norwegian Refugee Council
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