Yemen: 2 years, 50,000 casualties and 1 disastrous food crisis

Updated 0404 GMT (1204 HKT) March 25, 2017

(CNN)Two years on and the conflict in Yemen shows little signs of abating. A Saudi-led coalition of regional states and Houthi rebels continue to bombard one another, while terrorist groups operate unhindered -- leaving millions of civilians in the crossfire.

The conflict has devastated Yemen's economy and spurred a humanitarian crisis, with civilians unable to afford shelter, food or medicine, and aid groups powerless to reach vulnerable communities.
Below is a snapshot of the unfolding crisis:
A Yemeni man offers prayers at the portrait adorned grave of his relative who was killed in the ongoing conflict in Yemen, at cemetery in Sanaa.
A displaced girl holds her brother at a camp for internally displaced people near the town of Abs, located on Yemen's western coastal plain.
An infant receives a polio vaccination during a house-to-house polio immunization campaign in Sanaa.