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Paydesk has 2 researchers in Al Hudaydah. Our researchers, usually professionally trained journalists, can perform: competitive analysis, economic analysis, industry and sector analysis as well as background research.

Our top researchers in Al Hudaydah are aneis hamoudi and Mohammed Ali Kalfood.

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Researchers in Al Hudaydah

Aneis Hamoudi

Al Hudaydah, Yemen
A Yemeni journalist covering a wide range of political, social and security issues and conflicts in Yemen since 2006. I am also a freelance journalist and editor for local and Arabic media and news sites.
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Mohammed Ali Kalfood

Al Hudaydah, Yemen
Mohammed Ali Kalfood is a seasoned journalist based between Sana'a and Hodeidah, Yemen, with a keen focus on the humanitarian and political dimensions of the ongoing conflict in his country. His in-depth reporting has been pivotal in bringing to light the severe consequences of the war, including Read morethe looming threat of famine as underscored by the United Nations. Kalfood's work meticulously documents the escalation of hostilities, such as the intensified airstrikes by the Saudi-led coalition against Houthi rebels, and the complex dynamics surrounding US-led peace initiatives.

Through his reporting, Kalfood has provided a voice to the civilians suffering amidst the turmoil, sharing poignant narratives that illustrate the human cost of war. He has recounted the harrowing experiences of individuals like Fteeni Ali Jubaili, a father forced to evacuate a hospital with his premature infant during an airstrike, and Attiyah Dahfash, a displaced Yemeni yearning for the peace needed to return home. His articles offer a window into the lives of those affected, from the perils of cluster bombs on both people and the fishing industry to the struggles of educators like Ali Hassan Kudaish, who strives to maintain educational opportunities for displaced children, despite the gender disparities that disproportionately hinder girls' access to education.

Kalfood's journalism not only captures the immediate impacts of the conflict but also delves into the broader implications for Yemeni society. His commitment to reporting on these critical issues underscores the importance of journalism in shedding light on the complexities of war and the resilience of those who are caught in its wake.
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