CNN’s Becky Anderson spoke to Carnegie’s Farea Al-Muslimi about the humanitarian crisis and situation on the ground in Yemen. Al-Muslimi described the shortages of food and fuel around the country, as well as how prices of these limited resources have risen.

As civilians are caught between airstrikes and troops on the ground and militias, Al-Muslimi also discussed the large fear of Yemeni citizens and the increased chance of death—if not by war, then by hunger.

This interview was originally broadcast by CNN.