Water truck is being filled up with clean water at one of the water points in Taiz.
In the Northern and middle parts of Yemen, civilians rely on water truck as main source of clean water.
Water trucks depends on wells for pumping the water and refilling.
Water scarcity across Yemen, exacerbated by the protracted conflict and several years of droughts, has limited access to safe water for 17.8 million people.
With three out of four Yemenis relying on agriculture and livestock for their survival, the climate crisis is pushing communities already reeling from almost eight years of conflict to the breaking point. Yemeni farmers have seen their livelihoods destroyed by extreme drought, devastating flooding and grinding conflict, making it harder for them to make ends meet.
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