‘The Worst Famine in the World for 100 Years’
The United Nations warns that as many as 13m people in Yemen are facing starvation.
Yemen is being described by the United Nations as 'undeniably the world's worst humanitarian crisis by far'.
Human Appeal Ireland has been working with civilian volunteers on the ground in Yemen for since the start of the conflict there. The need of the people there, is desperate.
The killing and maiming of civilians including many children has only increased in the last three months.Please Help our Work Saving Lives in Yemen
Hundreds of Thousands of Civilians Flee
Since June more than 170 people have been killed and at least 1,700 have been injured Hodeidah, with over 425,000 civilians having to flee to seek safety.
Human Appeal's Yemen office have responded to this crisis. Firstly by distributing food to the neediest families, but also by assessing and addressing the needs of the healthcare system in Sana’a. Working to improve
The Aljumihori public hospital in the city, HAI has provided additional medical equipment, upgrading to the Emergency and Rehabilitation Departments and installing a Solar PV generator system.
Our interventions in the hospital will assist up to 15,000 beneficiaries.Yemen Medical Fund
Please Help our Work Saving Lives in Yemen
Hundreds have been killed and wounded, many more are displaced and in urgent need of assistance. Please support our work on the ground to provide for the many thousands of people who are suffering as a result of the crisis there.