The conflict in Yemen between the Iranian-backed Houthi-Saleh militias and forces loyal to President Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi not only continues, but seems to escalate day by day. Aden, the second largest city in Yemen and home to 800,000 citizens, is seen as the last barrier to gaining control of the country for the opposing forces. As such, its fighting for survival. In response to a population in desperate need of medical supplies, water, food, and electricity all of which are in short supply, Hirak youth activists formed the Aden Rescue Campaign. “Comprised of young activists who have participated in the U.S.-facilitated Hirak Youth Project, the youth applied the organizational skills they developed through the various workshops to set their goals and implement an action plan to help citizens facing the dangers of war.” Despite ever-present danger, these young people have expanded both their network and assistance to meet the needs of their communities. Read full article.