The Saudi kingdom and its coalition declared a war against Yemen on March 26, 2015. The coalition members included: Saudi, UAE, USA, UK, Qatar, Bahrain, Kuwait, Jordan, Egypt, Morocco, Senegal and Sudan. Other countries provided their support to the coalition through the sale of weapons, logistical and/or intelligence services. These include: France, Malaysia, Djibouti, Eritrea, Somalia, Spain, Germany, Canada and Australia.

Below is a summary of the human casualties reported by the Legal Center for Rights and Development - a Yemeni local NGO - for 700 days since the war started. You can visit their website for more info http://www.lcrdye.org/eng

children killed
2,568
women killed
1,870
men killed
7,603
children injured
2,354
women injured
1,960
men injured
15,687
Total Killed
12,041
Total Injured
20,001
Civilian Casualties
32,042

And this is a summary of the places hit or destroyed for the same period:

15
Airports
12
Ports and Harbors
160
Power Stations and Generators
281
Water Tanks and Networks
332
Telecom Towers
1489
Bridges and Roads
402,076
Destroyed or Damaged Houses
1,595
Government Buildings
705
Mosques
751
Schools and Institutes
265
Hospitals and Health Facilities
212
Tourism Sites
205
Ancient Sites
101
Sports Facilities
111
Universities and Colleges
25
Media Facilities
535
Malls and Shopping Stores
5,513
Commerical Buildings
2,517
Transportation Vehicles
207
Dairy and Poultry Farms
313
Fuel Stations
233
Fuel Tankers
660
Food Stores
502
Food Trucks
271
Factories
1565
Farms