The worst crisis of our time

Fully invested in the people of Yemen,

Yemen has been facing a devastating humanitarian crisis for over six years now, with millions of people struggling to access basic necessities like food, water, and healthcare. In the face of such overwhelming need, organizations like Human Concern International (HCI) have worked tirelessly to provide critical support to those affected by the crisis.


HCI’s work in Yemen has focused on providing emergency relief and long-term support to those in need. One of their key programs is their food distribution initiative, which has provided thousands of families with essential food items like rice, flour, and oil. HCI also provides nutritional support to malnourished children, helping to address one of the most pressing health concerns in the region.


Another important part of HCI’s work in Yemen is its healthcare initiatives. The organization supports medical clinics in various parts of the country, providing doctors and nurses with vital medical supplies and equipment. HCI also runs mobile health clinics, which bring medical care directly to those unable to access traditional healthcare facilities.

In addition to their emergency relief efforts, HCI provides long-term support to communities in Yemen. This includes initiatives like water and sanitation programs, which help ensure communities have access to clean drinking water and hygienic living conditions. HCI also runs education programs, providing children with access to education in a safe and supportive environment. The dearest project to us and our donors is our bakery project which provides 2,400 loaves of bread in communities across Yemen on a daily basis. 

Despite the ongoing challenges in Yemen, organizations like Human Concern International are making a real difference in the lives of those affected by the crisis. By providing critical support and working towards long-term solutions, HCI is helping to improve the health and well-being of some of the most vulnerable people in the world.

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