The armed conflict in Yemen since 2015 between the Saudi and UAE-led coalition and the Houthi armed group has resulted in numerous abuses that have killed and injured thousands of civilians. The coalition has conducted scores of unlawfully indiscriminate and disproportionate airstrikes against civilians and civilian structures. Houthi forces have used banned antipersonnel landmines and fired artillery indiscriminately into populated areas and launched indiscriminate ballistic missiles into Saudi Arabia. Enforced disappearances have been on the rise. Yemen’s humanitarian crisis, exacerbated by more than six years of war, became increasingly dire with increasing obstruction of aid, the economy’s collapse, and the Covid-19 pandemic.