YEMEN IN CRISIS

Children stand next to a tent at a camp for people displaced by the war near Sanaa, Yemen April 24, 2017. Credit: Reuters/Khaled Abdullah

Children stand next to a tent at a camp for people displaced by the war near Sanaa, Yemen April 24, 2017. Credit: Reuters/Khaled Abdullah

Years of conflict have devastated Yemen, left 22 million people in need of some kind of humanitarian assistance - most of them women and children - and created the largest food security emergency in the world. An unprecedented cholera epidemic is compounding the crisis. 

In desperation, some families are allowing girls as young as eight to be married so the dowry provided can be used as a means of survival for the rest of the family. Providing aid to individual families will help prevent this from happening.

22 million people
almost two thirds of the population are in need of humanitarian aid

17 million people
don't know where their next meal is coming from

16 million people
don't have access to safe water and sanitation

2 million children
are suffering from acute malnutrition

1 child
dies every 10 minutes in Yemen

Working with trusted connections on the ground, HADAYA has identified an initial two  families that we can financially support. This will help them to procure clean water, food, medicine and other urgent aid.

Your donation will provide food, water and medicine for a family of six:

$10 will support them for one day
$70 will support them for a week
$280 will support them for a month
$1680 will support them for six months

With YOUR support, we can help improve lives - one family at a time!