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YEMEN EMERGENCY FUND
Donate your Zakat & Sadaqah to the Emergency Yemen Relief Fund which will provide urgent ongoing Humanitarian Relief to all those affected by the Civil War.
FOOD & WATER: £75
Each food pack costs £75 and feeds a family of 5 for one month, it contains foods such as barley, oats, lentils, powdered milk, flour, oil & Clean Water . Save lives today!
EMERGENCY SHELTER: £150
The escalating violence in Yemen since the beginning of the civil war in 2015 has caused suffering on a catastrophic scale, causing over 2 million people needing emergency shelter.
CHOLERA TREATMENT: £200
The fastest-spreading cholera epidemic since records began affecting at least 1 million people and at least 600,000 children. Provide Cholera Treatment & Medicine Today.
A humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding in Yemen, as millions flee their homes to escape a devastating conflict. The resulting cholera epidemic in Yemen has become the largest and fastest-spreading outbreak of the disease in modern history.
8 million people are on the brink of famine
Struggling with hunger and disease, including the worst cholera epidemic on record.
3 million internally displaced persons
One in every ten is displaced, fleeing from their homes, desperate for safety & survival
22 million people need humanitarian aid
Nearly three in every four people are reliant on humanitarian aid to survive
Yemen Emergency: When Will The Suffering End?
After 3 years of conflict, Yemen is facing a humanitarian catastrophe. Food shortages, poverty and violent conflict forces millions of families to flee on the brink of famine. Without immediate help, the lives of millions are at risk. We must act now. People in war-torn Yemen are facing a situation that “looks like the Apocalypse” and looks like it is going to be the worst humanitarian crisis in the last 50 years. The conflict in Yemen is showing no real signs of abating. Horrific human rights abuses, as well as war crimes, are being committed throughout the country by all parties to the conflict, causing unbearable suffering for civilians.
Civilians bear the brunt of the violence in Yemen. As well as causing the deaths and injuries of thousands of civilians, the conflict has exacerbated an already severe humanitarian crisis. This crisis is man-made, with the war deepening and exacerbating the humanitarian situation, and all sides impeding the delivery of humanitarian aid. Approximately 22.2 million Yemenis today rely on humanitarian assistance in order to survive. Yemen, already one of the poorest countries in the world, has been plunged into a deeper crisis with the onset of a civil war in March 2015. Without immediate help, the lives of millions are at risk. We must act now.