- The Ras Issa fuel terminal, located approximately 60 Km northwest of Hodeidah port, was bombed on 21 January. The fuel export facilities inside the port have been damaged as a result of the airstrikes. The fuel storage facilities at the terminal were not damaged.
- The latest Access Constraint map as of 19 January is published at: http://www.logcluster.org/map/access-constraints-map-19-january-2016
- Road from Hodeidah to Harad is not accessible;
- Road from Amran to Harad is accessible.
- Aden port is the only port in Yemen currently able to facilitate container vessels. All five ports are operating, with 5 vessels at berth and 13 at anchorage.
- Hodeidah port is operating with the exception of the container terminal, which can discharge limited numbers of containers using a shore crane. There are 5 vessels, at berths, 15 at anchorage.
- Ras Issa fuel terminal has been severely damaged in airstrikes on 21 January.
- In Saleef, no cranes are available within the port. The port is currently operating with 2 vessel at berth and 4 at anchorage.
- Mukalla port is operating with 3 vessel at berth and 10 at anchorage.
- Mokha port is closed since 15 August.
- Djibouti port is operating but is congested with 13 vessels at berth and 26 vessels at anchorage waiting to enter the port.