It´s quite shocking to see a medical facility full of people who haven't been paid in I don´t know how many months.
A broken system which somehow has to cope with the influx of wounded civilians. Some hospitals in Aden have just 3 hours of electricity a day.
These hospitals have nothing because the health system has been broken for the past 3 years.
But still, they are working. We´re supporting all these places with our medical staff.
When I arrived in June 2017, 1 US dollar was worth 250 rial. Today, it's worth 800.
At the same time, many have lost their jobs, while others are not paid regularly.
People have no access to food because they have no money to buy any.
Having a heart or kidney problem is a death sentence as hospitals are unable to treat the people.
We don't distribute insulin or dialysis material anywhere in the world, but in #Yemen we have to, because it's life-saving.
Since January, we´ve seen 100,000 people displaced from #Hodeida come south. They spend two weeks walking to avoid the front lines. They stay in “collective centres” where they feel safer.
We're reaching half of them with food, utensils, water & sanitation.
When we are talking about a peace process in Sweden it´s too far.
What's important is that pregnant women are able to visit a health centre and get pre-natal care, even that´s a dream.
It is a delusion to say that humanitarian aid can solve the conflict."