“Whoever removes a grief from a believer from amongst the sorrows of this life, Allah will remove a grief from him amongst the sorrows of the Day of Resurrection” (Muslim)
€85 – Provide a Yemeni family facing malnutrition with a nutritious food parcel to last one month.
€55 – Help contribute towards providing a vulnerable Yemeni with cataract surgery to prevent and reverse blindness (1 of 10 shares).
€700 - Help contribute towards providing an entire family whose home was destroyed with a safe brick shelter with rooms, windows and a door (1 of 10 shares).
Almost seven years ago, conflict broke out in Yemen. Families will have thought that life could not get harder, but each year the crisis deepened, and, today, they face starvation, cholera, dirty water, and COVID-19, all while the conflict continues. This year, the UN declared that Yemen is facing the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.
Seven years on, malnutrition has never been worse, food prices have doubled, with 66% of Yemenis having to skip meals and 70% of families don’t have clean water.
Each day brings more hardship for more families. 400,000 children are at risk of starving to death in 2021. This is unacceptable. Help us to ease this hardship.
Do your part to ease their hardship
Help us to reverse hunger, provide clean water, support education, build homes, and slow the spread of COVID-19. We’re working across sectors to address the most urgent crises that Yemeni families face. Join us in reversing this catastrophe.
In Lahij, we’re repairing 2 water sources, providing a water tank, solar panel, water collection points, and reservoirs for livestock, helping 14,000 displaced people to have long-term access to clean water.
We’re working across 5 clinics in Taiz, providing essential medical care to 4,400 people, as well as chemotherapy and cancer support for 600 children in a clinic in Sana’a.
In Taiz, we’re also distributing bread to 350 families for 2 months, providing them with a secure source of food during this crucial time when malnutrition and starvation are extreme risks.
We’re also renovating the 6th October School in Taiz, repairing 3 classrooms, installing 2 bathrooms, and providing 100 tables and chairs, helping 650 children (including 280 girls) to continue their education safely.
Residents of Tihama in Hodeidah, Yemen were hit by devastating floods last summer, which killed over 130 and affected a total of 35,000 families. Donate, and help us to provide 20 families with a safe brick shelter, providing safety, dignity and security.
We’re also working in Taiz to provide cataract surgery to 300 of the most vulnerable people, reversing and preventing curable blindness.
Yemen is on the brink of a catastrophe that would decimate the entire country. We cannot allow our inaction to cost families precious lives. Please join us in saving Yemen from destruction. Your donation could ensure a family has enough to eat for an entire month, can rebuild their lives after a flood, or can receive treatment for malnutrition.
Your donation can, truly, save a life. We must prevent a catastrophe while there is still time.
Please donate today.
Why give through Human Appeal?
Human Appeal has been changing lives through our projects in Yemen since 2014, and we have maintained a country office in the capital of Sana’a since 2016. The breakout of the civil war in 2015 brought home the need for us to expand our operations and we have helped over 900,000 people during the course of the conflict, primarily through health projects and emergency food aid to tackle malnutrition.
As a sign of how the need has grown since the start of the conflict, in the last quarter of 2019 more than half of the people we supported worldwide were in Yemen.
Human Appeal’s work in Yemen
Human Appeal has been working in Yemen since 2014. Since the outbreak of the conflict, your donations have provided food, healthcare, and medical supplies to over 900,000 of the most vulnerable Yemenis.
24 million people are still in desperate need of humanitarian aid. Join us in continuing to provide vital aid in this deepening crisis.