Most families have left their homes because they are afraid of being killed,” she told Reuters by telephone. “Houthi fighters were stationed on rooftops of buildings and in the alleyways and coalition helicopters would attack them.” The United Nations fears the offensive on Hodeidah, whose port is a lifeline for millions of Yemenis, risks exacerbating a humanitarian crisis in which 8.4 million people are believed to be on the verge of starvation. Many Yemenis who have fled their homes and farms in and around Hodeidah to head north to the Houthi-held capital Sanaa or to safer areas along the western coast and the southern port city of Aden say they are struggling to survive. People displaced from the Red Sea port city of Hodeidah sit outside a host family’s house where they live on the outskirts of Sanaa, Yemen July 10, 2018. Picture taken July 10, 2018. REUTERS/Khaled Abdullah In Sanaa, some families from Hodeidah have only been able to find shelter in crumbling one-room cement structures with no running water or furniture and have no source of income. “We are in bad shape here … Our men have no jobs, they can’t find work,” said Khairiya Shou’y. Women squatted over a fire outside to boil milk and cook chicken skin as children played in the dirt. Inside the rooms, families sit on a sole mattress, blankets or on the floor.
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