Officials said the war and siege imposed on the country have heavily affected the water supplies and forced millions to use unhealthy ways to store water. However, they say the severe fuel crisis has a major role in water shortage.
Water resources and infrastructures are among the vital sectors that have been targeted by the Saudi-imposed war on Yemen. The war has left millions of Yemeni people without access to food and water, causing what the United Nations has called the world's worst humanitarian crisis.
Thousands of Yemenis, including women and children, died of cholera during the six years of war. However, the Yemenis struggle to reach clean drinking water continues. The coronavirus pandemic has also worsened the situation in a country, where more than 80 percent of people are in need of humanitarian assistance and support