The capital of Yemen has been severely hit with an outbreak of cholera.
The disease has caused authorities in Sanaa, to declare a state of emergency over the outbreak.
Cholera has claimed many lives and is still throwing out obstacles toward efforts being made to contain it and hinder its spread.
On Monday, the International Committee of the Red Cross announced that the outbreak had claimed the lives of 180 people, with 115 dying in the capital city of Sanaa.
The cholera threat does not seem to be winding down.The Red Cross's Dominik Stillhart has told the media that there were 11,000 more suspected cholera cases all across the war-torn country.The Red Cross has called for international assistance and aid in averting the disaster.