Six weeks ago, warring parties in Yemen began a ceasefire in the port city of Hudaydah, which is a gateway for supplies – in particular food aid – into the country.
It is one of the areas controlled by Houthi rebels, but since June had been under assault by a Saudi-led coalition backing the pro-government troops.
The desperately fragile, uncertain truce in Hudaydah continues.
But as the BBC’s Lyse Doucet reports, it has done nothing so far to ease fears of a famine.
Source : BBC