The now four year long civil war in Yemen has devastated the Yemeni people killing almost 100,000 people and leading to widespread famine. We take an in-depth look at the politics and history surrounding the conflict and how that has produced one of the most extreme humanitarian crises in the world. This podcast explores the current state of the Yemeni Civil War speaking with Fatik Al-Rodhani, a Yemeni journalist and humanitarian activist on the ground in Sana’a. This piece was produced by Jaydeep Sangha, Nick Hirschel-Burns, Yusa Parcali, and Lisa Kato.
[Photo of Fatik Al-Rodhani from Mona Relief]