As a result of the ongoing conflict, Yemen is facing a humanitarian catastrophe. The conflict has affected all Yemeni governorates causing millions to face the risks of fighting on the ground and a complete collapse of basic services, primarily food, health care, and potable water. Moreover, the continuously escalating conflict led to a humanitarian crisis of a chronic nature. For several years, Yemeni people have been suffering from conflict, drought, and insecurity, and their ability to withstand all these crises has become very fragile.

The humanitarian work in the areas of armed confrontations is fraught with many dangers. This is compounded by the high cost of oil derivatives and power cuts. In such circumstances, Yemeni Development Network for NGOs along with its partnerships of humanitarian organizations and coalitions are exert their efforts to provide relief of all kinds for all affected and displaced groups in most Yemeni governorates.