(Bukhari & Muslim)
Yemen has long been known as poorest of the Arab nations, however 6+ years of civil unrest and conflict has taken its toll leaving millions without food and on the brink of famine and malnourishment.
The economic impact of the humanitarian crisis has led to the inability to procure essential food supplies. The decline in food imports and currency depreciate is resulting in the continual rise of food prices. The mass population is unable to purchase even the cheapest staple grains.