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Food for War-Torn Yemen

As the horrific civil war continues in Yemen, millions are at risk of starvation. Every day approximately 130 children under the age of five die as the result of hunger and disease. This new sponsorship brings food to needy people in Yemen. A monthly sponsorship of $100 provides 190 pounds of food, including flour, rice, beans, sugar, salt, and oil. It also provides cooking gas to prepare the nourishing meals.
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