Water Systems for Yemen
Abbar* and his family live in a small one room, one-bathroom apartment, they struggle to survive without a source of income.
CAM contacts are reaching out with love to people affected by the war in Yemen. Their compassion touches many families in a difficult plight.
Abdel’s 5 children are responsible to fetch water. They used to divide this job half of them went to school while the others went after water
“Before the war in Yemen, our living conditions were better,” says Dabir. “I worked in construction and provided with everything we needed.
Through the Food for War-Torn Yemen program, your funds are providing monthly gifts of food and hope to the needy in this country.
“As we were trying to survive amidst of these calamities, you saved us from hunger,” shared Akram* family in Yemen.
When CAM contacts offered a month’s supply of food, Amani said, “There is still goodness in people. . . . You saved us……
Following is an overview of some of the challenges the Yemen’s people face. Food insecurities, no end to war, and lack of security.
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.