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Save Yemen From Being Wiped Off The Map

Yemen is experiencing a humanitarian crisis. The most severe cholera outbreak that has ever struck the globe has claimed the lives of thousands and left tens of millions more sick. As of now, hunger strikes continue in Yemen as citizens protest in protest against the government’s oppression. They are accused of using unrestrained bombing campaigns to eliminate the rebel-held areas, without consideration for civilian life or infrastructure targets.

16 million people go hungry each day in Yemen as well as the health system having almost completely collapsed because of more than seven years of fighting there’s no other place to turn. There’s nowhere else for help than at home, be it dead or alive. COVID19 victims are starving due to the lack of medical resources to take care of them. They’re too distracted fighting with each other, instead of focussing on saving their lives.

The country’s declining conditions create a perfect environment for HIV transmission. There are 4 million who have no place to call home, and can’t even fill up their stomachs because food prices keep rising while wages remain low- the money that is available is not sufficient for making sure that basic necessities are met, like health care or drinking water that is clean! This is why it’s going to be nearly impossible to control this epidemic without help from the outside. But, we have to act quickly before it’s too too late.

The Yemenite people have been fighting against the spreading of Cholera for a long time now, but they are still not completely safe but. It seems there is some hope with the support of international organizations like Save The Children US and World Vision UK, along with COVID-19.

How you can help Yemeni people through donating to Welfare Trusts

In times of immense suffering and suffering, the welfare trusts helped millions with lifesaving food and water. They offer a COVID-19-specific hygiene kit to help prevent the infection that has already killed Yemenis.

In Yemen, welfare trusts have worked for a long time in recent years to help those who are in need. They continue to deliver humanitarian aid in the most difficult situations where they are in conflict and have difficulty getting their aid to the desired destinations. This is the reason there’s an urgent need for international agencies like them.

We are grateful that assistance is readily available at an era when many struggle to make even. We’re hopeful that by working with local partners and helping purchase food items and cash to help those in need to get over poverty.

Numerous generous donors have donated their time and money to help give women in Yemen a new lease on life. Maternity hospitals are part of a welfare trust, receive contributions from donors to ensure every woman has the chance to give birth safely without suffering from dehydration or health issues when laboring. Rehabilitation centers provide post-birth treatment and medications for mothers before they return back to society.

In response to COVID-19 a lot of welfare trusts have started to provide hygiene kits for families who are living in tent camps, and safe water so it is available at public facilities, such as hospitals or schools.

For more information, click donate to yemen

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