While the Houthi attacks are still continuing on the Ma’rib Governorate, located in northern Yemen, which includes millions of displaced people, thousands of them fled from the hell fire and Houthi shells. Families who fled as a result of Houthi attacks months ago are crammed into tents, where they find themselves forced to share the already scarce resources. Same name.
Among them, Ali Yahya Haiba, who had no choice but to flee again with his wife and seven children to the camp to escape the fighting around Marib so that his family shared one tent with dozens of people.
While the 39-year-old has only two blankets to protect his family from the harsh desert cold at night.
In the context Expressing his tragedy, he said, “Look at the desert. It is part of the Empty Quarter desert. There are no humanitarian services in it. We do not have schools, hospitals, or any services.”
from Al-Samiya camp A deserter in Ma’rib (AFP)
He added with a sigh to AFP, “We suffer a lot.. We cannot set up a cover in the tents.” We don’t even have enough capacity to set up a bathroom.” “Every three to four children use one blanket.”
No clothes or blankets.
For its part, the International Organization for Migration indicated that about 1,200 Yemeni families settled this month in the camp, after it contained only 60 , indicating that it has recently started providing services there, such as distributing emergency relief materials, trucking water, building latrines and water tanks.