Governments that have the influence and leverage to change the situation are to blame for their tacit, and at times direct, complicity. It has been more than one and a half years since the UN Security Council produced a meaningful new resolution on Yemen.
Iraqi firemen taking a well deserved reprieve after a long days work. ---
This concludes my series about the firemen of Qayyarah. I wanted to show a different side of the war, a side that often goes unnoticed but lingers once the fighting ceases. People wage war in many different ways and these brave chose an unorthodox weapon, but still a weapon just the same.
This is how I greet Palestinian friends. With so much love I feel my heart might burst. May you one day have the respect, freedom and peace we take for granted.
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Planning the layout for my illustration which will narrate a tale of Diaspora, referencing a lot of the Syrian conflict and immigration but hope that by the end it will be open to all those who have fled a war torn country in hope for a better and safe life elsewhere
More than 3 million Yemenis have been displaced by violence. 17 million suffer from food insecurity, including more than 3 million children, pregnant and lactating women suffering from acute malnutrition. "We are ready to respond, but without an end to the fighting, Yemenis will continue to suffer, and it will only get worse,” NRC Secretary General, Jan Egeland said.