Q&A: How women are surviving as Yemen enters its fourth year of war

CARE's Suha Basharen, a Yemeni aid worker and gender expert. Photo by: CARE / Abdulhakim

NEW YORK — Humanitarian needs continue to mount in Yemen as the Arab nation entered its fourth year of deadly civil war in March.

Another cholera outbreak is on the horizon as the country enters its rainy season, the World Health Organization and UNICEF have warned. The rapid spread of the water-borne disease infected more than 1 million people last year and killed more than 2,230.

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    Amy Lieberman

    Amy Lieberman is the New York Correspondent for Devex. She covers the United Nations and reports on global development and politics. Amy previously worked as a freelance reporter, covering the environment, human rights, immigration, and health across the U.S. and in more than 10 countries, including Colombia, Mexico, Nepal, and Cambodia. Her coverage has appeared in the Guardian, the Atlantic, Slate, and the Los Angeles Times. A native New Yorker, Amy received her master’s degree in politics and government from Columbia’s School of Journalism.