IN YEMEN, COUNTLESS MALNOURISHED BABIES ARE TOO WEAK TO CRY. BUT EVEN IF THEY COULD, WOULD ANYONE HEAR THEM?
Most of the world looks away while Yemen is in the grip of the worst famine in 100 years and the most devastating humanitarian crisis in the world today, according to the UN.
Fourteen million people in Yemen are now at risk of starvation. Almost all children, the chronically sick, the elderly and disabled, and pregnant women and nursing mothers particularly vulnerable. It is estimated that 85,000 children have already starved to death between April and October (Save the Children). Yemen is also facing the world’s worst ever-recorded cholera outbreak.
The scale of this crisis is huge and unprecedented in recent times but we must not be overwhelmed into inaction by it. UKIM is active on the ground in Yemen providing food and medical relief. This vital work is saving lives.
Please enable us to save as many as we can NOW.