Yemen is the world’s forgotten war, though many international actors are involved. The current conflict has been ongoing since a popular uprising in 2011. After over 10 years of conflict, the current situation in Yemen no longer generates the international attention it deserves. Most of the nation’s infrastructure has been reduced to rubble and there has been significant difficulty in providing humanitarian aid to the civilian population, of which 80% depends on aid. There is a clear role for the United Nations to broker a peace between the Yemeni government and the Houthi rebels and provide aid to the civilian population. The committee should consider what measures are appropriate at this time.