People in Sanaa, Yemen, leave an area that was destroyed by an airstrike in early September. Photographer Lorenzo Meloni began documenting Yemen's civil war in April.
A sick woman rests at a refugee camp in Yemen's Hajjah Governorate.
This hospital was heavily damaged by an airstrike. According to the United Nations, more than 5,400 people have been killed in the Yemen conflict this year.
Three fighters stand in the rubble of a sheik's home in September.
Because of unclaimed bodies, Meloni said morgue workers often have to put two or three of them in a space at a time.
A funeral is held for two men in Sanaa.
A funeral is held for a 10-year-old boy killed in an airstrike.
This woman's husband was killed in an airstrike, Meloni said. The school in which she sits is now her home.
This military transport aircraft was destroyed by an airstrike.
A refugee looks at the construction of a new tent.
An airstrike left this crater on a road in the Hajjah Governorate.
There is one place in Sanaa considered relatively safe, Meloni said: the Sheba Hotel. "It's where international organizations and journalists go to stay and sleep at night because the rest of the city is under airstrike."