Transcript For 'Yemen: WFP Warns Humanitarian Pause Was Too Short (For the Media)'


Zayed Aldaeri: We have a serious problem in Yemen...we suffer shortages in all the essential daily  needs, like food and fuel. Life is becoming hard, but we thank you for your assistance and we are asking for more. The bread is the most essential part of life here.

Purnima Kashyap: This conflict has displaced a lot of people. With the commercial cargo embargo of both food and fuel, it has disrupted the local market and both food and fuel have become very scarce in the country. Before the conflict started, already we had over 10 million people who were food insecure and with this embargo the numbers have definitely increased. We have found many  markets are without food and where there is food the prices are very high.