Johan Mooij, CARE Yemen’s country director, spoke to NPR, while sheltering from airstrikes during intensified fighting in the Middle Eastern country. In a vivid interview from his basement, he shared details of the deteriorating humanitarian situation – millions of people depend on food aid that may not arrive due to the escalated fighting – but also gave a glimmer of hope in describing the resilience and generosity of the Yemeni people. An excerpt from the interview: “One of our staff members came to our door and said, “My wife cooked you a meal.” And I said, “But you have to look after your family. Don’t.” But he said, this is what we do, this is our hospitality, this is who we are. It’s a confirmation that the Yemeni have a true spirit of sharing. Read the full story here.