(the bmj) – After over two and half years of devastating conflict, a massive cholera outbreak, and a near total blockade of the country that brought humanitarian operations to a halt, Yemen somehow still remains an afterthought for the international community—and those who can change that remain seemingly indifferent. The scale of suffering in Yemen is hard to grasp, but should be impossible to ignore. Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has treated more than 64,000 people wounded as a result of this war—just a fraction of the true number of injured people. The UN estimates that more than 10,000 men, women, and children have been killed in the conflict, but this too is almost certainly well below the true figure. It does not, for example, take into account the thousands of Yemenis who have died of otherwise preventable or chronic medical conditions as their public health services have crumbled.