YEMEN CHARITY UK

The current level of hunger in Yemen is unprecedented and is causing severe hardship for millions of people.

Feed hundreds of families from as little as £3.50 a week.

Our Current Appeals

Yemen Bread Factory

Over 17.4 million Yemenis are food insecure, and this number is projected to rise. Our charity bakery provides sustainable solutions to hunger and poverty by offering training and job opportunities for Yemeni women. Learn more about our mission and support us in making a positive impact in Yemen.

Zakat Distribution in Yemen

Make a positive impact on the lives of those in need by giving your Zakah to Yemen. Your donations can help us tackle poverty and provide life-changing resources and support to the most vulnerable. Learn more about our appeal and donate today to make a difference

Explore Our Projects

Yemen Relief delivers a life-saving humanitarian aid to the needy in Yemen.  We need you to join us on our mission.

Orphan Sponsorship

Orphans in Yemen face extreme hardship and poverty, putting their futures at risk. Join us in supporting these vulnerable children and providing them with essential resources and education. Your help can make a difference. Learn more and donate today.

Yemen Food parcels

Millions of people in Yemen face severe hardship due to hunger, posing a threat to their survival. Join us in the fight against hunger and help provide life-saving aid and resources to those in need. Learn more about our efforts and make a difference today.

Clean Water Distribution

Water scarcity and climate change have left thousands of families in Yemen struggling to access clean drinking water. Join us in providing life-saving resources to those in need and making a positive impact on their lives. Learn more about our efforts and donate today.

Yemen Crisis

Yemen is the worst humanitarian crisis in the world and many families are starving to death.

It is the time to help them survive.

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What is the Yemen Crisis?

In Yemen, about 2.3 million children under the age of five are acutely malnourished. Four hundred thousand of these youngsters are suffering from severe acute malnutrition and may perish if they do not receive immediate treatment. Yemen is battling the terrible pandemic while attempting to deal with severe food shortages, as Covid-19 is already spreading quickly throughout the nation.

Catastrophe in Yemen: 24 million people want humanitarian assistance

Tens of thousands of lives have been lost as a result of the ongoing violence in Yemen, which is already one of the poorest countries in the region. Over 20 million people are unsure where their next meal will come from. A conflict-torn country is now on the verge of famine.
With families experiencing prolonged armed war, relocation, disease, and economic loss, an estimated 24 million people (80% of the country’s population) now require humanitarian assistance to survive – a figure so high that it is the highest in the world.
The largest food security catastrophe humans have caused in Yemen.
The most fundamental necessities of life have been taken away from communities and families, tearing them apart,

  • 19.7 million people require basic healthcare
  • Water and sanitation facilities are required for around 18 million people
  • The conflict has resulted in the displacement of almost 3 million people
  • The reality is that Yemen is in terrible condition and is just getting worse

The best way to donate to help Yemen

You can support Yemen Charity UK through our urgent appeal by making a significant donation. With the help of our Yemen crisis appeal, we are trying to save lives. Every month.
Your contributions can assist teams from Yemen relief who are delivering critically needed food, medication, and medical supplies. Help Yemen by making a donation right away.

Why Yemen relief?

The Yemen Relief Foundation’s mission is to raise public and policymaker awareness of Yemen’s humanitarian situation, fund relief, and reconstruction initiatives, and promote campaigns to bring peace to the country.
The Yemeni people have been served by Yemen relief since,

  • Board members and staff at Yemen charity are all volunteers
  • 95% of your contributions are given directly to the recipients
  • By meeting their basic requirements and promoting self-sufficiency, Yemen charity helps all Yemenis
  • Yemen charity uk advocates for the end of the war and promotes peace

Yemen charities also strive to raise public and policymaker awareness of Yemen’s humanitarian situation, to assist relief and reconstruction operations, to call for an end to the conflict, and to enable initiatives to bring peace to the country.

Frequently Asked Questions

Many families flee to neighbouring nations such as Djibouti and Somalia. Although there is violence and danger, many people choose to remain in Yemen due to the dire conditions in the surrounding area.

Historically, Yemen has been among the Middle East’s poorest nations. But the effects of the conflict and the global financial crisis have crippled the nation and put millions of families in danger of hunger.

Families can no longer afford basic meals due to high inflation and a lack of employment possibilities. Many displaced families are selling off their goods, forcing their kids out of school to work, begging on the streets, or only eating once a day in order to put food on the table.

 

We have staff on the ground in Yemen for yemen charity, reaching out to vulnerable families in all 20 governorates affected by the violence. We provide aid to both refugees entering Yemen from neighbouring conflicts and internally displaced Yemenis.

Families are receiving an emergency shelter, specialised kits to aid in bomb damage restoration, and financial aid to help them purchase food and medical supplies. Also, we are providing those who have lost everything in the battle with beds, blankets, sleeping mats, cooking sets, buckets, and more.

This will vary depending on the circumstance, but we always prioritise providing those in the most dire need with life-saving, essential assistance. We collaborate with our teams and delivery partners to ensure that the right help is delivered as fast as possible. Our assistance typically includes the often-life-saving requirements of an emergency response phase, such as food, clean water, and medical care.

For public hospitals and public health facilities, our partners are on the ground supplying vital medications, disposables, and beds.

The type of emergency will determine how to proceed. Whenever you call or write to us, you can specify the nation you want your money to go to by choosing it from the drop-down box. What we offer often depends on how much you donate. For instance, £25 may buy a family a month’s worth of food, and £150 can cover a month’s worth of cholera treatment.

We only employ secure systems with banking-standard safety measures to ensure that your payment and financial data are protected. All online payments are conducted securely using KeyIVR Ltd, PayPal, or SmartDebit, and no financial information is stored on our computers.

As per the Famine Early Warning Systems Network, which tracks global food security, about half of Yemen’s population is experiencing crisis-level or worse food insecurity in 2020. If things don’t improve, a famine could be declared by December.

Yemen has been on the verge of starvation for years, and the situation has steadily gotten worse, especially as the conflict persists; people’s funds have been depleted after years of unemployment, and access to humanitarian aid is still in danger. In the absence of aid, millions of people are anticipated to confront a worsening crisis and increased levels of hunger. Presently, the majority of the population does not have enough to eat.

Families cannot afford the available food because it is too expensive, the economy is in chaos, and many people have lost their jobs.

The number of municipal charities increased significantly. The Municipal Corporations Act 1835, which was a result of the Brougham Commission, restructured a number of neighbourhood charities into a single organization that the local government governed.

We do not Accept Donation More Than 2000£

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