Yemeni refugees in the central Ma’rib province on Tuesday appealed for humanitarian aid and protection from Houthi rebel attacks.
Refugees in al-Sumayya camp, south of Marib, said they were forced to leave their homes to flee Houthi rocket and drone attacks.
They say more than 1,800 families in the camp lack basic necessities amid an absense of support from UN aid agencies.
In a statement, the refugees called on the Yemeni government to rally international support to provide protection against Houthi attacks.
The Houthi group did not comment on the statement.
Yemen has been engulfed by violence and instability since 2014, when Houthi rebels aligned with Iran, captured much of the country.