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>> It may just look like a garbage dump, but for the Razake family including 11 year old Ayub Mohammed, this is their main source of food.>>
> The United Nations estimates that more than two million people have been displaced in Yemen. The proxy war between Riyadh and Tehran pushing the country to the brink of starvation, and pushing families like the Rooseks to conditions like this.
It's an example of the measures Yemenis are forced to resort to in order to avoid starvation. In the three year war between a Saudi led coalition and the Iran aligned Houthis. The fled persistent airstrikes near their home in the country's northwest to the comparative safety of her data, the port city on the red sea.
For with no money or relatives to shelter them, they joined hundreds of other displaced people living near the city's vast garbage dump, it's the source of food, and also income. Merchants will pay 10 rials, the equivalent of around $0.02, for a kilogram of plastic bottles.>>
There is no future in the country.