In its recent report, the United Nations International Children's Fund or UNICEF described the ongoing conflict in Yemen as "A living hell for children."
According to the United Nations the ongoing coronavirus pandemic is causing a near-total collapse of the health system in Yemen.
Even before the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, Yemen was already in grip of a famine that was going to have a direct impact on 14 million people that is almost half of country’s population. COVID-19 has made the situation worse.
Yemen is one of the poorest countries in the Middle East. The ongoing civil war has made the situation even worse. It is one of the lowest-ranking countries on the Human Development Index and is 177th out of 189 countries graded.
It has a population of 30.5 million people and of that 20.1 million people face hunger in the absence of food assistance.
People wake up
hungry every day.
People need immediate
assistance to sustain or
save their lives.
Children are currently
suffering from acute
women and children
is particularly shocking.
Are at risk of dying
Children require treatment for acute malnutrition
People wake up hungry every day
Yemenis Face Food Insecurity
Food insecurity in Yemen
Yemen imports 90% of the food, but the ongoing conflict has disrupted the supply chains and that is causing serious situation in the country.
The country need almost $3 billion worth of humanitarian assistance, but so far it has only managed half of it. With the coronavirus pandemic, the situation is only getting worse. The Yemeni people will need all the support we can offer.
What Are We Doing?
Enough to provide food for a family
of 5 for a whole month
What is inside our monthly food packs?
Muntada Aid is in Yemen since 2020 providing food assistance to 100 families (Over 700 people) at Taiz Refugee camp. Most of the people living at this camp are from the port city of Hodeidah after fighting erupted between the warring factions in 2018.
Since June 2020, We Have Delivered Over a Million Meals at Taiz Refugee Camp.
The Power of Your Giving
A donation from you has the power to help someone in need.
enough to provide food for one person for 2 weeks
enough to provide food for one person each month
enoughto provide food for a family of 5 for a whole month
Yemen Desperately Needs Our Help
Our Yemen Food Programme is 100% dependent on your donations. We urgently need your support to ensure uninterrupted food assistance to thousands of Yemeni people for next six months.
This pack will provide you with information and inspiration to fundraise for #Food4Yemen campaign. It will also give you information on how to set up your fundraising page on Virgin Money Giving and Just Giving platforms.
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