24m people 80% of Yemens population – require some form of humanitarian or protection assistance.
3m people forced to flee their homes.
85,000 – Save the Children estimate that this number of children under the age of 5 may have died through hunger and malnutrition.
1m cases of cholera in 2017, the largest outbreak of the disease in recent history. 2,200 people died during it. A resurgence of the disease saw more than 137,000 suspected cases and almost 300 deaths in the first three months of 2019.
Over 91,600 fatalities since the conflict started in 2015, as measured by the Armed Conflict Location and Event Data project.
18,292 civilian casualties, including 8,598 killed
4,500 military strikes recorded that directly targeted civilians – outlawed by the Geneva conventions. 67% of the deaths caused in these attacks were by the Saudis and their coalition, with Houthis and their allies responsible for over 16%.
19,990 recorded air raids since the conflict began
770m – the amount of foreign aid given by Britain in food, medicines and other assistance to civilians over the last half a decade.
6.2bn – the amount of money Britain has earned in the same period selling arms to the Saudis and their coalition partners.
Zero – despite being 527,970 square kilometres, Yemen has no permanent rivers. Just 2.9% of Yemens land is considered to be usable arable land.