A temporary halt to fighting in Yemen has been described by the UN aid workers as welcome, but not enough, as humanitarian teams try to deliver aid to hard-to-reach communities caught up in the conflict.
A 72-hour ceasefire is due to come into effect at midnight on Wednesday involving forces loyal to President Hadi Mansour and anti-government Houthi rebels.
Yemen is one of the poorest countries on earth and the 18-month-old conflict has had a terrible effect on its people, UN humanitarian coordinating agency OCHA has warned.
Daniel Johnson has more.
Source: United Nations Radio.