Aid has started to trickle into Yemen almost two weeks after the Saudi-led coalition closed land, air and sea borders.
Vital supplies are being allowed into ports in government-controlled areas. While the blockade was designed to choke the alleged flow of weapons to Houthi rebels from Iran, it has made life difficult for millions of Yemenis as it cut off basic needs and assistance.
But the United Nations says only a complete lifting of the blockade will stop what could be the worst famine in decades.
Although “liberal ports” have been opened, there is still no flow of aid to the airport in the capital Sanaa and the port of Hodeidah through which a bulk of all aid was delivered.