What happens when you have diabetes and your country falls apart?
When your home is bombed, over half of hospitals and medical centres close and there is no clean water?
Living like this would be hard for anyone, but if your diabetes means you need insulin every day, it is catastrophic.
This is the situation in Yemen, where estimates say that 900,000 people have diabetes and most depend on insulin.
Yet a conflict that has been raging for more than 18 months has restricted entry of all medicine into Yemen.