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Yemen Emergency Appeal

Yemen is in a state of humanitarian crisis. The worst cholera outbreak worldwide has claimed the lives of thousands and left tens of millions of people sick. Hunger strikes continue across Yemen, as people protest against the in protest against the government’s oppression. They are accused of launching unrestrained bombing campaigns to destroy the rebel-held areas, without consideration for civilians or infrastructure targets.

16 million people go hungry every day in Yemen and with a health system that has been essentially destroyed by more than seven years of conflict there’s no other place for them to go. Since there’s no other place to go but their homes, COVID19 patients are dying because they don’t know where to turn.

The country’s squalid conditions have made it a perfect breeding ground for HIV-related sexual transmission. 4 million people are living in poverty and have no home to call their own. The cost of food continues to rise and wages remain very low. That means not enough funds is available to meet basic necessities such as drinking water that is safe and health care. This is why it’s going to be nearly impossible to control this disease without assistance from abroad. But, we need to act quickly before it’s too much too late.

While the Yemenite people have been fighting Cholera since long but they remain in danger. There’s some chance of survival with the assistance of international organizations such as Save The Children US and World Vision UK, along with COVID-19.

How can donating to Welfare Trusts is helping the Yemeni people? Yemen

In the midst of massive suffering, the welfare trusts have helped millions with lifesaving food and water. They offer a COVID-19-specific hygiene kit to help prevent the infection that has already killed numerous Yemenis.

Over the last several years, welfare trusts have worked tirelessly in Yemen to aid those who are the most vulnerable. They offer humanitarian assistance for those in need even in times of conflict or difficulty getting to their destination. This is why they’re essential for international agencies.

In an era when many people are struggling to make ends meet and are struggling to make ends meet, we’re grateful that help is available to those in need. Collaboration with local partner organizations and distributing cash and food to help people purchase essential supplies while supporting the economy, we hope to get them out of hunger or at least closer than before.

The many generous donors who have donated their time and resources to this cause have provided women in Yemen an opportunity to regain hope. Hospitals for mothers are supported by charitable donations. This makes sure that every woman is able to deliver babies with no health problems or dehydration. Rehabilitation units also provide post-birth medical care, which includes medication when needed.

In response to COVID-19 a lot of welfare trusts have started to provide hygiene kits for families who live in camp sites and provide safe drinking water so it is available at public facilities, such as schools or hospitals.

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