Life-saving medical care in Yemen
Who is it that would loan Allah a goodly loan so He will multiply it for him and he will have a noble reward? (57:11)
In Yemen, three-quarters of the population – that’s over 22 million people – need humanitarian assistance to survive. Some 85,000 babies and toddlers have starved to death.
Yemenis are living through the worst humanitarian disaster in the world, the most severe cholera epidemic since records began, and are on the brink of the worst famine in a century.
How you can help
Support our life-saving medical and nutritional work in Yemen. We’ll be helping over 14,000 at-risk Yemenis with access to healthcare at four clinics, offering maternal and newborn care, immunisations, and disability support, as well as treating cholera and acute diseases. We’ll also be training healthcare staff to deal with emergencies and providing 20 health volunteers and community midwives.
This project will target the most vulnerable people – those with infections, diseases, food insecurity, and people at risk of famine.
We will also fight malnutrition by establishing community-wide intervention including mass screening, home visits, and awareness sessions.
£15 provides one vulnerable person with life-saving medical support.
£75 provides five vulnerable people with life-saving medical support.
£150 provides ten vulnerable people with life-saving medical support
Human Appeal’s work in Yemen
In 2018, our work reached 168,000 people, not only with emergency food, shelter, and medical care, but also by providing the most vulnerable people with education and protection from harm.
Your donations will help to provide critical, life-saving healthcare in a country on the brink of famine, in the worst humanitarian crisis in the word. Your support is urgently needed before this catastrophe becomes irreversible.