After nearly two years of conflict, 18.8 million people in Yemen need humanitarian aid.
That’s more than in any other country, even Syria.
Over 14 million people don’t have enough food or water. Seven million of them are classed by the UN as ‘severely food insecure’.
This means that that they don’t know where their next meal is coming from and risk starvation.
A full-scale famine is possible in Yemen this year.
But how did things get so bad?
And what are the Red Cross and others doing about it?