The 2011 Arab Spring revolution ushered in a period of political transition for Yemen, and the country now faces increasing instability. Yemen has a complex, multi-layered society and is also confronted with many political, ideological, and regional divisions. Economic pressures such as chronic water shortages and diminishing oil reserves further complicate these tensions. Conflicts increase divisions along family, clan, tribal, and ideological lines, often at the expense of common interests which could unite the country. We work especially with media professionals to model constructive problem-solving and tolerance for diversity.