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The highlands in the west have regular seasonal rains.
Terraced agriculture (millet, wheat, barley, grapes, coffee, tobacco, vegetables, fruits, qat) is practiced, and goats, sheep, cows, and donkeys are raised.
Hinterlands towns include Shibam, Sayun, and Tarim in the Inner Wadi, and there are seaports at al-Mukalla and al-Shihr.
The adjacent Mahra province and Socotra island are culturally related to this zone.
The birthrate is high, and almost half the population is under fifteen years of age. Yemenis speak Arabic, which belongs to the Semitic language family.
Classical Arabic, the language of Islam and the Koran, is used on formal occasions.
There are small groups of Jews, Hindus, and Christians.
In 19, about fifty thousand Yemeni Jews left for Israel. The annual growth rate is limited by migration and a high infant mortality rate.
The colors of the national flag (horizontal bands of red, white, and black) reflect pan-Arab symbolism, being similar to the flags of Syria, Iraq, and Egypt.
The national anthem and national days of celebration emphasize the unification of the country. The ancient walled city Sana'a is said to be the oldest city in the world, founded by Noah's eldest son, Shem, the forefather of Qahtan.