A deeply shocking testimony of those who suffer the most in the war in Yemen.
One can hardly imagine a more despairing situation than that of doctors and nurses trying to save the lives of the incessant stream of fatally malnourished children arriving in the hospitals of Aden. The five-year war in Yemen has pushed the population into a catastrophe, and it is called the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Hunger Ward needs only 40 minutes to display the consequences.
The film is the final installment of director Skye Fitzgerald’s trilogy about refugees and internally displaced persons, and here we follow the fate of children which is very painful to watch, but which we cannot afford to ignore.
When you rent this film on our digital platform, the talk with Cecilie Hellestveit on Yemen is included.