Yemen is currently in the midst of a humanitarian crisis. The worst cholera outbreak that has ever struck the globe has claimed thousands of lives and left tens of millions more sick. Meanwhile, hunger strikes continue in Yemen, as people protest against the their oppression by the government. They are accused of using unrestrained bombing campaigns to destroy rebel-held areas without regard for civilian lives or infrastructure areas.
16 million people are hungry each day in Yemen and, with an health system that’s basically collapsed due to more than seven years of war there’s no other place that they can go to. There’s no other option to get help other than the home, whether dead or alive. COVID19 victims are starving because doctors lack the resources to take care of them. They’re too busy fighting each other instead of making a point of saving their lives.
The country’s degrading conditions create a perfect environment to facilitate HIV transmission. There are four million people who are without a permanent place to call home, and can’t even feed their bodies as food prices continue to rise even as wages remain low. the money that is available is not sufficient for giving basic necessities such as drinking water or healthcare! Because of this, it is that the pandemic isn’t prevented without international aid. However, it is imperative to act swiftly before it is too late.
Although the Yemenite population has been fighting Cholera spreading for a while and isn’t in danger. There is a glimmer of possibility of a solution with the help from international organizations such as Save The Children US and World Vision UK, along with COVID-19.
How can you aid Yemeni people through donating to Welfare Trusts
These welfare trusts are able to provide food and water for millions in a time of extreme suffering. They provide COVID-19 hygiene kit to help prevent the infection that has already killed many Yemenis.
Welfare trusts in Yemen have been working tirelessly for the benefit of Yemen’s vulnerable people over the past several years. They continue to provide humanitarian assistance under extreme circumstances where they have to contend with conflict and difficulties reaching their desired locations which is one reason why there’s an urgent need for international organizations like them.
It’s a challenging time for many people, and we’re grateful we have assistance for those who need it. Partnering with local organisations and dispensing food as well as cash to enable people to purchase necessary goods while helping to boost the economy should hopefully get people out of poverty or, at the very least, close to it than they were before.
The numerous generous donors who donate their time and funds to this cause have given women in Yemen the chance to live their lives with optimism. Hospitals for women’s health are funded by charitable donations. This ensures that every woman is able to give birth to babies with no health problems or dehydration. Rehabilitation units also provide post-birth care, including medication should it be required.
Many welfare trusts have been providing hygiene kits for families in makeshift camp sites. They also provide safe drinking water to schools and hospitals as a way of responding.
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