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Relief Funds For Yemen

Yemen is currently in the midst of a humanitarian crisis. The most severe cholera outbreak that has ever struck the globe has claimed thousands of lives and left millions more sick. As of now, hunger strikes continue throughout Yemen as people demonstrate against their oppression by the government. They are accused of using unrestrained bombing campaigns to destroy the areas of rebels without considering civilian life or infrastructure targets.

The people of Yemen’s 16 million who are hungry are daily suffering from a failing health system. Without any other options apart from home, dead or alive COVID19 patients are starving away because medical professionals don’t have access within their communities anymore. They’re too engaged in fighting each other rather than trying to save lives.

The country’s degrading conditions create a perfect environment to facilitate HIV transmission. 4 million people live in poverty, with no home to call their own. The price of food is rising and wages remain low. That means there isn’t enough money can be used for essential necessities like access to clean water and medical care. That’s why fighting this epidemic will be nearly impossible without aid from outside However, we need to take action before it’s late.

The Yemenite people have been fighting the spread of Cholera for a long time until now, however they are not fully out-of danger just but. There’s some optimism with the help of international organisations like Save The Children US and World Vision UK, along with COVID-19.

How can donating to Welfare Trusts is helping the people of Yemen

These trusts have the capacity to provide water and food for millions of people in an age of immense suffering. They also offer COVID-19 hygiene kits to prevent the spread of the deadly virus, which has already claimed the lives of a number of people in Yemen.

In the last few years, welfare trusts have worked tirelessly in Yemen to help those that are most vulnerable. They offer humanitarian assistance for those in need even when there’s conflicts or difficulties getting there. This is why they are important for international organizations.

We are happy to know that help is available in a time where many struggle to make to meet. Collaboration with local partner groups and providing cash and food to help people purchase essential supplies while supporting the economy will hopefully lead to a reduction in hunger, or at a minimum, closer to being able to eat.

The many generous donors who donate their time and resources for this cause have given women in Yemen an additional source of hope. A welfare trust Maternity hospitals are funded through charitable donations so that all women can safely deliver babies without putting themselves at risk of the risk of dehydration during labor. Rehabilitation units provide post-birth care which includes providing medications if required along with psychological support before mothers can return to the world again.

In response to COVID-19 many welfare trusts now offer hygiene kits to families that live in camp sites as well as safe water so that it can be used at public facilities such as schools or hospitals.

For more information, click donate to yemen


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