More than 1800 displaced families in Marib do not find food: Official

More than 1800 displaced families in Marib do not find food: Official

 

Under the constant Houthi shelling and forced re-displacements of people in Marib, 1800 displaced families do not find food, an official concerned with IDPs affairs has said.

Arafat Alsabari, the director of Alsoweida, one of the largest IDPs Camp told al-Arabiya TV channel in an interview on Monday that IDPs in Marib's outskirts "came under Houthi shelling" and had to move inward toward the city, but "the international aid organizations have not met 70% of their needs yet."

"Some international aid organizations maintain uninterrupted payments to the Houthi militia [ in Sana'a], while even the WFP does not keep a regular supply of food aid to the IDPs in Marib," he said.

Yemenis widely accuse the international organizations in Yemen of being in the pocket of Houthis controlling Sana'a and care more about financing the Iranian-aligned sectarian militia than offering aid to their victims, in the millions.

 

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