A brutal conflict devastates Yemen, where three-quarters of the population now needs humanitarian assistance or protection. The situation continues to quickly deteriorate, and the conflict shows little sign of abating.*
The UN considers Yemen the world’s largest humanitarian crisis, with 14 million people at risk of starvation and repeated outbreaks of deadly diseases like cholera. This crisis is linked to the armed conflict.
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How does your donation change lives?
Every penny you donate has the power to bring about a significant change in the lives of the Yemeni people. No contribution is too small. Every bit helps in providing vital resources to those desperately in need in Yemen.
🍞 Bread Distribution:
Every day, each family under our care receives 35 fresh loaves of bread.
Daily, we deliver a whopping 2,500 loaves to 70 families.
With just £60, you can ensure bread distribution to a family for an entire month.
💧 Water Tank Appeal:
Water, the essence of life, is scarce for many in Yemen.
A large number of Yemenis lack access to clean water, depending on water tanks. Especially people residing in makeshift refugee camps.
A donation of £44 can supply water to 250 families every single day.
🥘 Food Parcel:
- Our Food Parcel is packed with essential items:
- 25 kg Flour
- 5 kg Rice
- 5 kg Sugar
- 2 L Sunflower/Cooking Oil
- 4 kg Dates
- For just £55, you can provide a Food Parcel that ensures nourishment for a family who desperately needs it.
🍼 Nutrition Supplement:
- Our mission extends to providing essential food supplements for malnourished babies.
How do we spend your donation?
Rest assured that 95% of your donation will go directly towards supporting the project and making a positive impact. In addition, the remaining 5% will be invested in our fundraising efforts, allowing us to reach even more people and make an even greater impact.
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The humanitarian situation in Yemen is one of the worst in the world. The conflict has caused a widespread humanitarian crisis, with millions of people in need of food, water, shelter, healthcare, and other essential services.
The main causes of the humanitarian crisis in Yemen are:
- The ongoing conflict between the Houthi rebels and the Yemeni government which has been going on since 2015.
- The blockade of Yemen’s ports by the Saudi-led coalition has prevented the import of essential goods.
- The collapse of the Yemeni economy has made it difficult for people to afford food and other essentials.
There are many things that can be done to help the people of Yemen, including:
- Donating to humanitarian organisations that are working in Yemen.
- Raising awareness about the crisis in Yemen.
- Pressing your government to take action to end the conflict and help the people of Yemen.