As the proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran rages on in Yemen, a man-made crisis has left millions starving. Famine and uncontrolled outbreaks of disease like cholera due to strangled health services have left surviving residents wondering what their children's future will be. FT reporters Nasser al-Sakkaf and Andrew England report on the origins of the crisis, and the very human cost.

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