Yemen is currently in a humanitarian crisis. Yemen is currently in an emergency situation.
The people of Yemen’s 16 million who are hungry suffer daily due to a deteriorating health system. With nowhere else for help apart from home, living or dead COVID19 patients are starving time because doctors aren’t able to access their communities; too to be fighting with one another, rather than trying to save lives.
The conditions in the country’s poor make it a perfect breeding environment for HIV-related sexual transmittance. Four million people are in poverty, without a place to call home. Food prices continue rising and wages remain very low. That means there isn’t enough money is available for basic necessities such as drinking water that is safe and health care. This is the reason that the pandemic cannot be controlled without international assistance. However, it is vital to act quickly before it’s too late.
Even though the Yemenite people have been fighting Cholera since long ago but they remain at risk. There may be some hope, with international organizations such Save The Children USA and World Vision UK supporting them in COVID-19.
How can you aid Yemeni people through donating to Welfare Trusts
These trusts have the capacity to provide water and food for millions of people in an age of great suffering. They also distribute COVID-19 hygiene kits to prevent the spread of this deadly virus, which has already claimed the lives of many in Yemen.
Welfare trusts in Yemen have worked hard for the sake of Yemen’s most vulnerable citizens over the last many years. They offer aid in extremely difficult situations like those who are unable to reach their destinations due to conflicts. This is the reason the international organizations like them are so important.
This is a time of struggle for many, and we’re glad that there is assistance available to those who need it. The aim is to assist people to get out of poverty by working with local partners and providing food, cash as well as other essential items.
Women in Yemen have been given an opportunity to live their lives again thanks to the many generous donors who give their time and money for this cause. A welfare trust, Maternity hospitals are aided by charitable donations so that all women are able to safely give birth without risking health issues or water deficiency during labor. Rehabilitation units offer post-birth care that includes providing medication if required along with psychological support when mothers return to the world again.
In response to COVID-19 numerous welfare trusts are offering hygiene kits to families living in makeshift camps and delivering safe water to be used by public institutions like hospitals or schools.
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