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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 tens of millions of people sick. As of now, hunger strikes continue in Yemen as people demonstrate against in protest against the government’s oppression. They are also accused of using unrestrained bombing campaigns to eliminate the rebel-held areas, without consideration for civilian lives or infrastructure targets.

16 million people live in hunger each day in Yemen and, with a health system that has essentially collapsed thanks to more than seven decades of war and war, there’s nowhere to turn. Because there’s no where else to turn except for their own homes, COVID19 virus victims are dying as they don’t know where to turn.

The country’s deteriorating circumstances have created an ideal environment to facilitate HIV transmission. Four million people are in poverty and have no homes to call their own. Food prices continue rising and wages remain low. That means the money can be used for basic necessities such as drinking water that is safe and health care. This is why it’s going to be almost impossible to manage this pandemic without assistance from abroad. But, we need to act quickly before it’s too much too late.

Although the Yemenite population has been fighting Cholera spreading for a while but it’s not free of threat. With support from international organizations like World Vision UK and Save The Children US together with COVID 19 in place, it seems that there may finally be some signs of hope.

How your contribution to Welfare Trusts is helping the Yemeni people? Yemen

The welfare trusts provide food and water for millions of people in times of immense suffering. They provide COVID-19 hygiene kit to stop the spread of infection, which has already killed numerous Yemenis.

In Yemen, welfare trusts have worked with a lot of energy over the last few years to help those who are in need. They provide aid to the most in need, even when there’s conflict or difficulties in reaching their destination. That’s why they’re vital for international agencies.

In a time where millions of people struggle to survive, we’re glad that there is help available to those in need. Working with local partner organisations and dispensing food as well as cash to help people purchase essential goods while helping to boost the economy, we hope to get them out of hunger or, at the very least, close to it than before.

Women in Yemen have been given an opportunity to live their lives again thanks to the many generous donors who give their time and money away to help this cause. Maternity facilities, which are part of a welfare trust, receive donations from charitable organizations to ensure that every woman has the chance to give birth safely without suffering from illness or dehydration when laboring. Rehabilitation centers provide post-birth treatment and medications for mothers prior to their return back to society.

Many welfare trusts are providing hygiene kits for families in makeshift camps. They also supply safe water to schools as well as hospitals as a way of responding.

For more information, click yemen charity

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