The U.N. humanitarian coordinator in Yemen says some 230 people have reportedly been
killed and over 400 injured in six days of intensified conflict in the capital
Sanaa, according to ABC News.
Jamie McGoldrick told reporters by phone from Sanaa Thursday that a halt to airstrikes and military activity has enabled civilians to venture out to seek supplies and help.
called the humanitarian situation "desperate".
McGoldrick said 15 ships with humanitarian aid and commercial cargo are currently in the Red Sea near the port of Hodeida waiting for permission to dock and unload.