Yemen Crisis Emergency
Yemen is facing an unimaginable humanitarian catastrophe. Over 19 million people have been left hungry and homeless due to the ongoing war. A cholera outbreak has swept Yemen, leaving its people in desperate need of essential emergency aid. Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis have lost their lives, and so many children have been orphaned in the process.
After years of war in Yemen, eight million of Yemen’s estimated 28 million people are at risk of starvation. About a quarter of a million people in Al-Hudaydah, a city of 600,000, are in danger of injury or death in an urban assault. Some households lost their livelihood after their farms were damaged and it is estimated that 5,200 families were displaced.
Global Rahmah Foundation is working on the ground to provide food parcels, water aid and emergency shelters in Al-Hudaydah, especially to those most in need and affected by the on-going conflict.
Together, with your donations, we can save the lives of displaced families struggling to survive.
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The destruction of Yemen’s water and sanitation infrastructure has created one of the worst health epidemics the country has ever experienced. It is estimated that approximately 19.3 million Yemeni’s do not have access to clean drinking water. Out of desperation, many families resort to drinking contaminated water.
This has led to a widespread Cholera outbreak across Yemen, with children being the worst affected. It is estimated that well over 600,000 cases of illness in Yemen are due to the Cholera outbreak.
Global Rahmah Foundation is working on the ground in Yemen to provide safe drinking water to families and communities. We provide water tanks to families and to the public, which are refilled every month with clean water to drink.