The people of Yemen are subject to the turbulent conditions in the region. Internal conflict and military actions have created a state of disorder and chaos. The Yemeni people suffer from a lack of basic items and necessary medical supplies.
The current circumstances have made drought and famine inevitable in the near future, according to experts. Many relief camps are overcrowded and under supplied.
The number of active schools and hospitals has dwindled due to conflict, disuse and lack of supplies. Many children do not have access to education and medical aid.
Human Concern International is working hard to maintain a prominent presence in the region. Supplying the victims of the conflict with food security, medicinal needs and educational provisions. Offering a complete annual package to children in dire need of support.
This is an urgent plea to contribute towards effectively supporting the people and help give relief where needed.
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Our on-going efforts in Yemen's war torn regions
- 11,200Yemenis now have access to clean drinking water for their day-to-day needs including sanitation, hygiene, education, and livelihood
- 8000two bakeries provide 8000 loafs of bread to Yemenis on a daily basis addressing the region’s food insecurity
- 57305730 Yemenis receive food baskets annually to meet their monthly needs in providing meals fir their families
A Few Words From Omar Suleiman
In The Field
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OUR STAFF COMMENTS
We’re so grateful for being able to open bakeries, build wells, and support the Yemeni people on their journey from crises to sustainability.Mahmuda Khan