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4.5 million Yemenis, or 14 percent of the population, have been forced to flee their homes because of the crisis. Most of them have been displaced multiple times over a number of years
21.6 million people in Yemen are in dire need of humanitarian assistance and protection services, two thirds of the population
17 million Yemenis are food insecure, including 3.2 million people with acute food insecurity
Two-thirds of the population need humanitarian assistance. Families struggle to access food, healthcare, clean water, and other basic services.
Yemen is one of the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. The war has driven more than 4.5 million people from their homes and 21.6 million are in dire need of humanitarian assistance and protection services. 2022 alone saw 234,000 new displacements. Yemen remains among the top six largest internal displacements in the world.
Yemen – already one of the poorest countries in the world, more than 80 percent of the population now live below the poverty line. Only 50 percent of health facilities and 65 percent of schools are currently functioning, leaving more than 2 million children out of school. Nearly 90 percent of the population has no access to publicly supplied electricity. Key public service employees, including Yemeni health workers and two-thirds of all Yemeni teachers, have not received a regular salary in years.
The country is witnessing famine like scenario, with more than 17 million people suffering from high levels of food insecurity and 3.2 million people already acutely food insecure.
Even before the current conflict, Yemen was one of the world’s most severely water-stressed countries. Years of conflict and neglected water infrastructure are depriving millions of Yemenis from access to clean and drinkable water. Millions of Yemenis, including women and children, need to walk for miles to collect water. The lack of access to clean water has in the past caused major health outbreaks.
Please give generously
The Islamic Human Rights Commission Trust (IHRC Trust) has been sending lifesaving humanitarian aid to communities that have been neglected by many. Our crucial work has been covered by the national news in Yemen. Through your support essential assistance to families and orphans has reached areas where the delivery of aid has been challenging due to the ongoing conflict, making it very risky for aid convoys to reach destinations. The beneficiaries are carefully selected for families that have lost breadwinners or children that have been orphaned. Beneficiaries have thanked IHRC Trust for their continued support, without the support, many would be completely destitute.
IHRC Trust’s support comes at a time when aid charities are struggling to meet the funding gap. The World Food Programme has said it has been “forced” to cut aid to Yemen due to a lack of funds and warned there will be a surge in hunger in the war-torn country.
100% of your donations will reach those in need with no administration fee from IHRC Trust
Please donate now to save these lives and help the needy.