CAM continues to provide desperately needed aid for those suffering from the war in Yemen. Here is a note of thanks from one of the many recipients of aid provided through our ongoing Yemen project:

“I had a job in the city and my situation was relatively good. Then I lost four family members when the war intensified in the region where I lived. Our houses were mercilessly shelled by mortars and what remained of them was targeted by warplanes. We safely exited the conflict zone.​

The aid that you gave us is all that I have been living on. I warmly thank you and pray to God to bless all those who are working in your organization, both donors and distributors.”​


Facts about the situation in Yemen​

The conflict has lasted almost 4 years.​

The war in Yemen has killed more than 60,000 people.​

An estimated 85,000 children have died from malnutrition.​

13.3 million people are in acute need of food.​

In a recent 2-month period, Yemeni currency lost 30% of its value.  ​


 

Thank you, supporters, for enabling us to meet needs in this midst of this horrific crisis.

 


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