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135%
£203.00

raised of £150.00 target
by 9 supporters

3 months ago
Online Donations
£203.00
Gift Aid
£12.50

Listed Donors

Zulkifl Ahmed
(Zakat) £20.00
3 months ago
+ £5.00 Gift Aid
Alia Arshad
(Zakat) £30.00
3 months ago
+ £7.50 Gift Aid
Anonymous
(Zakat) £25.00
3 months ago
Anonymous
(Zakat) £20.00
3 months ago
Anonymous
(Zakat) £20.00
3 months ago
Anonymous
(Zakat) £60.00
3 months ago
Charlie Crawford
(Zakat) £6.00
3 months ago
Harun Hudson
(Zakat) £10.00
4 months ago
Zenib Ullah
(Zakat) £12.00
4 months ago

All Proceedings go towards

Yemen Crisis Appeal

Yemen is currently suffering from the worst humanitarian crisis in the world today, according to the UN. Help aid Yemen and provide these vulnerable people with the basic essentials they need to survive another day.

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YEMEN CRISIS APPEAL

Yemen is currently suffering from the worst humanitarian crisis in the world today, according to the UN. Help aid Yemen and provide these vulnerable people with the basic essentials they need to survive another day.

What is the situation in Yemen?

A staggering total of fourteen million Yemeni people are now at risk of starvation. Those at greatest risk are also some of the most vulnerable members of society, including children, the elderly, the disabled, pregnant women, nursing mothers, and the chronically sick. These people are already suffering, yet because they are most susceptible to the devastating effects of hunger and disease, their lives are in even greater danger.

According to a BBC report, an estimated 85,000 children have already starved to death as a result of the crisis. However, with conditions failing to improve, this number is continuing to rise.

In addition, Yemen is also currently facing the world’s worst-ever recorded cholera outbreak. According to the World Health Organisation, approximately 500,000 people in Yemen have been affected by the disease.

The sheer scale and magnitude of this ongoing crisis is huge and unprecedented in recent times, yet we must not allow ourselves to be overwhelmed. Instead, we must recognise the suffering that the Yemeni people are facing each and every day, allowing ourselves to be spurred into action to support these vulnerable, impoverished people.

How is Our Yemen Humanitarian Appeal Helping?

Our teams are active on the ground in Yemen, providing much-needed food and essential medical relief. The vital work that we are able to do through our Yemen appeal really is helping us to save innocent lives.

With much of the Yemeni population in acute, chronic need, demand for medical care is extremely high in the country. The hospitals are simply unable to help everyone, and the overcrowding is only made worse by the severe shortage of medical supplies. We are helping to provide emergency medical supplies to hospitals in Yemen, helping to ensure the sick and injured get the care they urgently need.

Please donate to our Yemen crisis appeal today and help us continue to save as many vulnerable people as we can.

Your Yemen Crisis Donation Can Help Save Lives and Relieve Great Suffering

Give a generous Yemen charity donation today and make a difference to their tomorrow.

£60 Will provide nutritious cooked meals for thirty children

£100 Will provide an emergency survival pack, including a family food pack, baby food, and a hygiene kit

£250 Will provide emergency medical supplies for hospitals

£500 or £42 pm Will provide a supply of clean drinking water

Please give generously your Yemen donation from the UK can reach your brothers and sisters in need across the world.

Updates & Comments

Alia Arshad 3 months ago
Donated £30.00 + £7.50 Gift Aid

May Allah bless your initiative.. Ameen

Harun Hudson 4 months ago
Donated £10.00

Hazza

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