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Yemen Emergency Appeal

Yemen is currently in the midst of a humanitarian crisis. The worst cholera epidemic worldwide has claimed the lives of thousands and caused tens of millions of people sick. As of now, hunger strikes continue across Yemen as citizens protest oppression by government troops. They are accused of launching unrestrained bombing campaigns to destroy the rebel-held areas, without consideration for civilian life or infrastructure targets.

Yemen is home to 16 million who are hungry every day. The health system in Yemen is basically broken because of seven years of war. With nowhere else for help except at home dead or alive COVID19 virus sufferers are simply wasting in the sand because medical professionals aren’t able to access their communities; too focused on fighting one another than focusing on saving lives.

The country’s poor conditions have made it an ideal breeding ground for HIV-related sexual transmission. 4 million people live in poverty with no permanent residence, and they aren’t eating since food prices continue increase while wages remain low. Insufficient funds are available for basic necessities like clean water or healthcare. That’s why fighting this epidemic will be nearly impossible without help from abroad but we must get it done before it’s too far too late.

While the Yemenite population has been fighting Cholera spread for some time and isn’t completely safe. With the help of international organizations like World Vision UK and Save The Children US along with COVID 19 in place and in place, it is possible that there is something to look forward to in the near future.

How you can help Yemeni people by making a donation to Welfare Trusts

These welfare trusts are able to provide water and food for millions in an era of immense suffering. They have a COVID-19 kit for hygiene to prevent infection, which has already killed Yemenis.

In the last few years, welfare trusts have been tirelessly working in Yemen in order to aid the people who are most vulnerable. They continue to deliver humanitarian aid in extreme situations when they are battling conflict and having difficulty getting to their destinations, which is the main reason why there is such a need for international organizations like them.

We are grateful that help is available in an age when so many struggle to make to meet. We’re hopeful that by working with local partners and helping people buy food and cash, we can help them get out of food insecurity.

Women in Yemen have been given an opportunity to be reborn thanks to the many generous donors who give their time and funds to help this cause. Maternity hospitals are supported through generous donations. This ensures that all women can give birth with no health problems or dehydration. Rehabilitation centers also provide post-birth services, which include medication should it be required.

In response to COVID-19 numerous welfare trusts are providing hygiene kits for families who live in camps and also providing safe water that can be used by public facilities like hospitals or schools.

For more information, click donate to yemen


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