Displacement story of Mansour al - Salawi

Mansur al-Salawi is 50 years old ,responsible of 16 member in his family, in addition to his daughters two widows and their children also had a disabled child in the brain and his granddaughter also physically disabled and has only one child, Mansour family lived in the city of Aden under his care where he worked as a cooker " "In an institution with a monthly income sufficient to support his family and meet their demands for food, clothing and housing," their lives were stable and safe.
With the events of March 23, 2015, Mansur and his family were driven to the Taiz, and the furniture of the house was taken with him. Also, he got a new job at a restaurant in the city to work as a cooker, and despite all this he spent his savings, not to mention the amount of furniture that he could sell to his family. In the aftermath of the conflict, Mansour decided to leave the city. A displaced man was driven to his hometown in Sulu district to live in his brother's house to live a very primitive life, "the suffering of water scarcity and the lack of basic living standards."
"I suffered a lot after i lost my work ,because displacement," Mansur said. "I saw my children and I do not know how i feed them.
good people helped me with some food ... We sat on this case until the conflict started again. I rented a house for my family and went out looking for work to pay the rent of the house and feed the children and girls
I searched and I could not find "... my little girl wishes to go to school like other children but I can not provide the family basics of eating and drinking .. !!
Mansour rented a house and looked for a job. However, he did not succeed. He was unable to pay the rent and meet the needs of his family. He was shown a good actor on the old court, an abandoned government building where they lived in dilapidated rooms that were not protected by the summer heat or the winter cold. The majority of the family spends their day searching for food, bringing in water and firewood, depriving children of the necessary care and getting the lowest educational rights. "The family is more concerned with securing their daily lives," he said.
The family has suffered greatly, especially children, from frustration, anxiety and extreme despair. Because of the harsh living conditions, the family's living conditions have worsened considerably because of the lack of regular work for the head of the family and the lack of any food aid from any party. Some of the benefactors prefer to go to a ruti bakery and persuade them to give them bread crumbs And the burner that he collects in bags to sell as food feed to the owners of cows not only sold but became the crumbs and their permanent meal with a cup of tea, but this simple source to satisfy the stomachs of their small children did not last long and the bakery stopped helping them, their meals became simple and frequent depend on the Rice or corn soup made of water and wheat flour.
Mansour and his wife wished to die because they could not see the suffering of their children.
Their only son suffered a bad psychological condition.
This reflected negatively on the rest of the children with psychological pressure and thinking about their brother's condition, which worsens with the increase of the family's suffering and affected them in sleeping disorders and a constant feeling of hunger and cold due to lack of food, and the lack of adequate shelter to live in a dilapidated building, broken windows and a roof not protected by the summer heat and winter cold and above all suffering, children suffer from cramps, diarrhea and diseases caused by malnutrition.
Mansour Al-Salawi is not the only one suffering. Today there are more than 8.4 million potential Mansour if we do not help them.