Ways to Help People in Yemen
Help the people in Yemen who are suffering from thirst and starvation. Join us in our mission to distribute food and water to people in this war-torn country.
We hope you will join us in praying for the hurting families in Yemen and for peace in the war-torn country.
My house was destroyed and I left everything to escape the fighting. I struggled a lot to provide for my family’s basic needs, but your generous support made me realize there is still hope.
The people in Yemen are silently starving
The people in Yemen need our help to overcome thirst and starvation. Yemen is a poverty-stricken country on the Arabian Peninsula that is being ravaged by war. Since the war in Yemen broke out in early 2015, thousands of people have died and millions are facing shortages of food, water, and vital supplies. More than half of the people of Yemen struggle to find enough to eat. Our goal is to distribute food and water to help people in this war-torn country.
The crisis began in early 2015 when a rebel group, known as the Houthis, seized control of part of the country and forced Yemen’s president to flee abroad. Saudi Arabia and neighboring countries began fighting the Houthis in an attempt to restore the government and ensure their continued influence in Yemen.
Since then, war has raged between the two sides. Constant airstrikes have left Yemen’s roads nearly impassable. Partial blockades of Yemen’s ports delay delivery of life-saving medicine. It is not uncommon for sick people to die en route to the hospital due to rough roads and blockades.
There are no official reports confirming how many people have died. The United Nations stopped updating the number of casualties more than two years ago, after 10,000 civilians had died. That number did not even include those who had died of disease and malnutrition.
Children are suffering from acute malnourishment.
People have been killed by the war.
Help the people in Yemen
Millions face 2020 wondering if they will survive another year. Our goal is to continue to help desperate Yemenis with food, water, and other aid as funding is available. If you wish to support the work in war-torn Yemen, your contribution will be a huge blessing.
According to the United Nations, nearly 350,000 Yemeni children under the age of five are suffering from severe acute malnutrition.
The pandemic is deepening Yemen’s crisis. This country is shattered by years of war. The population suffers in this enormous man-made crisis.
When his wife saw he came home without food, she was in despair and said, “We do not have rice for today!”.
Ahmad’s* family were overjoyed to receive a gift of food and hygiene items. These items are treasures for families across Yemen.
Adelmira* and her three children fled from their hometown to another city when the war in Yemen began to endanger their lives.