“Here our job is human. I can’t leave it, I can’t stop.”
Dr Anisa, a doctor with British Red Cross partner the Yemen Red Crescent, speaks from a battered clinic in Sana’a, Yemen.
Once, she was a hospital specialist. The clinic was a thriving health centre for mothers and babies.
But now, Yemen is caught up in deadly conflict. Dr Anisa is now a GP working in one of the only clinics where people can get free healthcare. Patients travel for hours to see her every day.
Like many doctors in Yemen, she hasn’t been paid in two years.
But Dr Anisa keeps going: “The conflict has affected everyone, not just us. I can’t do anything else, this is my job.”