Hacking Hunger – Episode 39: A Yemeni Aid Worker on What It’s Like to Live Through the World’s Worst Humanitarian Crisis

Special Interests:Emergency Response
December 18, 2019

In the last few years, Mohammed Ghanim has become all too familiar with the struggles of war. A program officer for WFP, Mohammed lives and works in Yemen, site of the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. He is also from Yemen, born and raised – and like every other Yemeni, he has not been immune to the consequences of conflict. Yet, despite the tremendous hardship he continues to face, Mohammed remains dedicated to helping his neighbors in urgent need.

Inspired his commitment, we asked Mohammed about the reality of living in Yemen during this difficult time, how WFP is working to help, and how he finds hope for his country’s future, even in the middle of war.