Well, I asked for it. I went to WHO's country profile for Yemen, to see what that little-known country had to deal with its new uprising/civil war/regional intervention.
It's no country for young women either: the total fertility rate per woman is 4.1. Four hundred and sixty women per 100,000 die giving birth, and 125 babies out of every 1,000 are dead before age five, 18% of them from acute respiratory infections and 14% from birth asphyxia. Given the health conditions of their mothers, it should be no surprise that 16% die from simply being born prematurely. One in four Yemeni boys will die before reaching his fifteenth birthday, and one in five Yemeni girls.
Even of those children do survive, WHO tells us, well over 40% of them are stunted by age five.
And this is the country which Saudi Arabia and its allies are now bombing, and will continue to bomb, as their religious duty.