In this Tuesday, May 19, 2015 photo, Ibrahim Mohamed, 80, and the oldest refugee at the center, who is both blind and deaf, adjusts his hat, at an orphanage that has been turned into a center for Yemeni refugees, in Obock, northern Djibouti. Fleeing the war at home, thousands of Yemenis have made it across the Gulf of Aden to find refuge in Djibouti, a sleepy Horn of Africa nation where the United Nations has set up a staging hub for aid for the conflict-torn Arab country.

Fleeing Yemen Onslaught, Thousands Of Refugees Flood Djibouti

«We are overwhelming this country, but we have nowhere else to go,» said Amin Nasser, a 45-year-old teacher from the Yemeni capital, Sanaa.