As the war in Yemen enters its sixth year, the United Nations has warned that 80% of the population requires humanitarian aid as the country is torn apart by civil war. Termed by the UN as the biggest humanitarian crisis in the world, the country has become a battleground and a nightmare for civilians - with children being the most affected amongst them.

More than 350,000 children are suffering from malnutrition and other preventable but deadly diseases. Moreover, hospitals and schools that have been damaged have been closed down, disrupting the country's access to sound medical access and education. Yemen has been damaged from all fronts and the future of the children is severely at risk.

A total of 3 million people have been displaced due to the ongoing war, with casualties estimated to number many tens of thousands. This conflict has created an international refugee crisis, with many crossing the border in order to flee the war and save their lives. The world largely sits silently as gross human rights violations run rampant within the country.

A Child Dies
Every 10 Minutes
From Malnutrition and Other
Preventable Diseases

Support Livelihoods in Yemen Home Gardening and Beekeeping

Agriculture projects like home gardening or beekeeping can help support a family in need by creating a source of income, encouraging self-reliance and boosting self-belief in difficult times. All of our livelihood interventions are carried out with respect for the culture and needs of the communities in which we operate.

Beehives are small and easy to transport, if the beekeeper is forced to be displaced. The sale of honey will help to support a family. Your donation will not only provide a person with the equipment needed but also give the necessary training to ensure their success. By supporting a small home gardening project, you will be providing women with the opportunity to grow their own food and feed their families. Support this project as your Sadaqah Jariyah this Ramadan.

£10: could provide one person with equipment and training
£50: could provide 5 people with equipment and training

Educate A Child in Yemen

2 million children are also out of school in Yemen. Attacks on school children, teachers and infrastructure are having a devastating impact on the Yemen’s education system. Without access to education, children are more likely to be trapped in the vicious cycles of poverty, poor health, forced labour and early marriage.

Help give children a childhood and future in the blessed land of Yemen, donate now.

£65: could provide access to education to a student for 10 months
£130: could provide access to education to 2 students for 10 months

Monthly Food Sponsorship

In Yemen, 16 million people are food insecure. The rate of child malnutrition is one of the highest in the world. Over 2 million children under 5 years old are predicted to suffer from acute malnutrition in 2021 (WHO).

No child should go hungry. No parent should have to watch their child starve. You can sponsor a family each month for £65.

Donate now!