Water Systems for Yemen
The past few months have brought Yemen a rare respite from the violent internal conflict that began in 2015.
For us living in America, extreme hunger and thirst feel like distant realities. Our homes, gardens, and stores abound with food.
Two thirds of the population depends on humanitarian aid to survive because of the food scarcity in Yemen.
These are words from war-ravaged Yemen. They testify of sorrow, and fear,—words that reflect the war and suffering in this country.
This destitute widow in Yemen has a son who is mentally handicapped, adding to her already heavy burden…
Amira’s* husband left her alone with their children to marry another woman. This left Amira as the sole breadwinner for her family.
Your generous support continues to supply much-needed food and hygiene supplies for war-weary people in 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