Yemen Emergency

​Yemen has been embroiled in a deadly conflict since 2015. The ongoing conflict has destroyed the country’s economy, devastated critical infrastructure, and led to food insecurity verging on famine.

In a report released by the UN in 2019, it was estimated that 24.1 million people—80 percent of the population—were “at risk” of hunger and disease, of which roughly 14.3 million were in acute need of assistance. An estimated 17.8 million people were without safe water and sanitation, and 19.7 million without adequate healthcare.

As a result, Yemen has been struggling with mass outbreaks of preventable diseases, such as cholera, diphtheria, measles, and Dengue Fever.

Yemen is now suffering the worst humanitarian crisis in the world – UN 

More than 40 percent of Yemeni households are estimated to have lost their primary source of income and consequently find it difficult to buy even the minimum amount of food. Poverty is worsening; it now affects an estimated 78 percent of Yemenis.

Right now 12.3 million children in Yemen are in danger and At least one child dies every 10 minutes, often from easily preventable diseases.

Millions of people lack access to clean water and sanitation facilities and are in desperate need of basic healthcare. Malnutrition is also at an all-time high. 2 million children are acutely malnourished and nearly 360,000 are suffering from severe malnutrition and urgently need life-saving food to survive.

We need your help to provide essential life-saving supplies to the people who need it the most.

Please make a donation today

£90 Food Pack provides a family with essential nutrients

£120 Water provides clean safe drinking water for a family

£350 Shelter and Medicine provides urgent shelter and medicine to vulnerable families