Save Yemen From Being Wiped Off The Map

Yemen is currently in the middle of a crisis for humanitarian reasons. The worst cholera outbreak worldwide has claimed the lives of thousands and caused tens of millions of people sick. Hunger strikes continue in Yemen as people demonstrate against at the oppression of government troops. They are being accused of using uncontrolled bombing campaigns to eliminate the areas of rebels without considering civilians or infrastructure targets.

Yemen has 16 million people who are daily hungry. The health system in Yemen is essentially broken down due to seven years of conflict. There’s no better place to turn to for assistance than the comfort of home, whether dead or alive. COVID19 victims are starving as doctors lack the resources to take care of them. They’re too distracted fighting with each other, instead of trying to save their lives.

The degrading conditions of the nation have created a favorable setting for transmission of HIV. There are 4 million people who are without a permanent place to call home, and can’t even fill up their stomachs due to the rising cost of food and wages are low- and not enough money is put into making sure that basic necessities are met, like health care or drinking water that is clean! This is why fighting this disease will be almost impossible without help from abroad; however, we must take action before it’s far too late.

The Yemenite people have been fighting the spreading of Cholera for quite a while and are not entirely safe at this point. There is a chance to be hopeful through international organizations like Save The Children USA and World Vision UK supporting them along COVID-19.

How can you assist Yemeni people by making a donation to Welfare Trusts

The welfare trusts supply water and food for millions of people in times of extreme suffering. They provide COVID-19 hygiene kit to help prevent the infection that has already killed many Yemenis.

Welfare trusts located in Yemen have worked hard for the benefit of Yemen’s vulnerable citizens over the last several years. They are able to provide humanitarian assistance in extreme situations like when they are unable to reach their destinations due to conflict. This is the reason the international organizations like them are essential.

We are grateful that help is available in an age when so many are struggling to make with their money. We’re hoping that through working with local partners and helping buy food and cash, we can help people get through the cycle of food insecurity.

Women in Yemen have been given a new lease of life because of the numerous generous donors who donate their time and funds to help this cause. Maternity facilities, which are an welfare trust, are funded by charitable donations to ensure that every woman can deliver safely without suffering from dehydration or health issues when laboring. Rehabilitation facilities provide post-birth care and medication for mothers to help them return to society.

Many welfare trusts have started providing hygiene kits to families in makeshift camp sites. They also provide safe water to schools as well as hospitals as a reaction.

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