Yemen war: Disease rife amid water and sewage crisis

As the conflict nears its fourth year, poor sanitation, an acute shortage of food and the resulting malnutrition is worsening what is already the world's greatest humanitarian crisis.

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    After almost four years of war, much of Yemen is suffering from a lack of basic services.

    Repeated bombings have damaged or destroyed a great deal of the country's infrastructure, including water and sewage facilities, as malnutrition and poor sanitation are making people more vulnerable to diseases.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Adow reports from neighbouring Djibouti.


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