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Save Yemen From Being Wiped Off The Map

Yemen is currently experiencing a humanitarian crisis. The most severe cholera outbreak that has ever struck the globe has claimed thousands of lives and caused tens of millions of people sick. In the meantime, hunger strikes continue in Yemen as citizens protest in protest against the government’s oppression. They are also accused of using unrestrained bombing campaigns to eliminate the rebel-held areas, without consideration for civilian lives or infrastructure targets.

16 million people live in hunger each day in Yemen and with an health system that’s essentially collapsed thanks to more than seven years of war There’s no one that they can go to. There’s nowhere else to seek help other than home, whether dead or alive. COVID19 victims are starving because doctors lack the resources to provide them with the care they need. They’re too distracted fighting one another instead of making a point of saving their lives.

The worsening conditions in the country has created the perfect setting for sexual transmission of HIV. 4 million people live in poverty, with no place to call home. The cost of food continues to rise and wages are still at a low level. This means that there isn’t enough money is available for basic necessities such as access to clean water and medical care. This is why it will be nearly impossible to control the spread of this deadly disease without help from abroad. However, we must to act swiftly before it’s too much too late.

Although the Yemenite population has been fighting Cholera spread for some time and isn’t free of threat. With the support of international organizations such as World Vision UK and Save The Children US as well as COVID -19 and in place, it is possible that there might be some hope on the horizon.

How can you help Yemeni people by making a donation to Welfare Trusts

The welfare trusts provide food and water for millions of people during times of great suffering. They offer a COVID-19-specific hygiene kit to prevent infection, which has already killed a number of Yemenis.

In the last few years, Welfare trusts have worked hard in Yemen to help those that are the most vulnerable. They continue to deliver humanitarian aid under extreme circumstances where they are battling conflict and having difficulty in getting to their destination, which is the reason there’s the need for international organizations like them.

It’s a difficult time for many, and we’re grateful we have assistance for those in need. The goal is to help people to get out of poverty by working in partnership with local partner organizations and providing cash, food, as well as other essential items.

Many generous donors have contributed their time and money to help give women in Yemen an opportunity to live a better life. Maternity hospitals, which is a welfare trust, receive contributions from donors to ensure each woman is able to deliver safely without suffering from dehydration or health risks when laboring. Rehabilitation centers provide post-birth care and medication for mothers before they return back to society.

As a result of COVID-19, a number of welfare trusts now provide hygiene kits for families that live in makeshift camps and provide safe drinking water so it can be used at public facilities such as schools or hospitals.

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