Efforts to end the civil war in Yemen continue to be carried out with the help of outsiders. The United Nations has been trying hard to be the mediator of the two rival parties, in the midst of uncertain situations. On Sunday the United Nations sent Martin Griffiths to Yemen to find a solution. From the Houthis came the statement that the UN envoy had met their leader Abdul Malek Al Houthi. Their talk was around efforts to implement the ceasefire agreement set last December in Sweden. At that time, the Yemeni Government and the Houthi Rebels agreed to stop the war. Both parties tried to build trust and stop fighting in Houda. They were also committed to conducting prisoner exchanges. Even so, some attacks still occurred. The main port city of Yemen, Hodeida, was affected by the unrealized ceasefire and is now in a gripping situation. Non-compliance with the ceasefire agreement resulted in the future of Yemen becoming increasingly unclear. Civil war in a poor country that has been going on for the last 3 years has increasingly made the Yemeni people live in uncertainty. The war that began due to the resistance from the Shiite Houthis has continued until now. They have kept on increasing their strength against the Sunni government of President Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi. Although the UN as the international body has intervened, the crisis in Yemen is still uncertain. Because in fact, peace in Yemen, can only be resolved by parties inside the country itself. The willingness to make peace and live side by side as a compatriots, without having to depend on foreign parties, is the key to end the war which has been proven to only cause loss and misery.