The conflict has shuttered most of the city’s schools, forcing many to study in cramped, private houses.
As malnutrition spreads in sparsely populated areas of al-Tohaita, international aid has grown scarce, residents say.
One year after the war on Yemen started, patient deaths rise due to lack of medical treatment and supplies.
Aid groups operating near besieged city of Taiz are not providing displaced people with what they say they need most.
Camel caravans are being used to smuggle medical necessities, including oxygen cylinders, into besieged Taiz.
Dire economic conditions compel many children in Taiz to join the civil war.
Hospitals in Taiz lack the capacity to treat injured people, but Houthis prevent residents from seeking help elsewhere.
Many residents of the city are in dire need of basic goods, but what they most want is an end to the fighting.
Many widows struggle to eke out a living for themselves and their children, with little help from charities.
School’s out for many students near Taiz, after thousands of displaced people moved into classrooms to escape war.