AL SADAQAH HOSPITAL MATERNITY WARD, ADEN. NOVEMEBER 27, 2018. Safiah Hassan Salem, a 30 year old Somali refugee who fled from the embattled Al Hudaydah region in September 2018, lies in a post-natal ward with her newly-born twin boys. Safiah, photographed here recovering a day after an emergency caesarian operation, was suffering from exhaustion and deep pulmonary thrombosis when admitted to the hospital two days earlier. Her two babies, pictured sleeping here in cardboard boxes, were born a month prematurely. Safia who has already lost three children in infancy, has two other surviving children, who live at an IDP settlement with her husband a few miles from the hospital. After nearly 4 years of brutal war in Yemen, the effects of dire war-induced poverty coupled with the ballooning critical health crisis has now placed an unfathomable pressure on the few still-functioning children's hospitals.