Yemen is now the world’s largest humanitarian crisis in the world. Regional conflict and civil war have raged in Yemen over the last four years. Bombs, starvation and diseases such as Cholera continue to plague the people of Yemen on a daily basis, with women and children amongst the most vulnerable group in crisis.
Every ten minutes a child under the age of five dies from preventable disease. Over the last year, over one million people have suffered from Cholera and this epidemic looks set to continue. Over 8.4 million people are on the brink of starvation. Yemen could potentially be on the brink of the worst famine in 100 years.
Our top priority is making sure that these destitute civilians have enough food to survive. Help us respond to the world’s largest food crisis by donating an emergency food parcel at a cost of £30.
Each food parcel contains 25kg Flour, 8 litres Oil, 5kg Sugar, 5kg Rice, 8 packs of dates, 6 packs of Makaronas and 6 cans of Tuna.
Millions of children are going to sleep hungry.
Their parents have no idea where their next meal is coming from. Help the people of Yemen now, there has never been a more urgent time to respond to this crisis.