Yemen is in the grip of a crisis of human rights. The worst cholera outbreak that has ever struck the globe has claimed thousands of lives and made tens of millions of people sick. In the meantime, hunger strikes continue across Yemen as citizens protest their oppression by the government. They are also accused of using unrestrained bombardment campaigns to demolish the rebel-held areas, without consideration for civilian lives or infrastructure areas.
16 million people are hungry every day in Yemen, and with an health system that’s basically collapsed due to more than seven decades of war There’s no one for them to go. Without any other options aside from their homes, living or dead COVID19 virus sufferers are simply wasting away because medical professionals aren’t able to access their communities anymore; Too engaged in fighting each other rather than trying to save lives.
The poor living conditions of the country make it a breeding site for HIV-related sexual transmission. 4 million people live in poverty with no permanent residence, and they aren’t eating because food prices continue increase while wages remain low. There isn’t enough money available to pay for basic needs like clean water or healthcare. This is why fighting this epidemic will be nearly impossible without help from abroad however, we must get it done before it’s too far too late.
The Yemenite people have been fighting the spread of Cholera for quite some time until now, however they are not fully out-of danger just now. There’s a possibility of hope through international organizations like Save The Children America and World Vision UK supporting them in COVID-19.
How your contribution to Welfare Trusts is helping the people of Yemen
The welfare trusts supply food and water to millions of people during times of extreme suffering. They also offer COVID-19 hygiene kits to in avoiding infection by this virus which has killed many people in Yemen already.
Over the last several years, welfare trusts have worked tirelessly in Yemen to help those that are most in need. They provide aid to the most vulnerable in extreme situations like those who are unable to travel to their destination due conflict. This is one reason why the international organizations like them are crucial.
We are happy to know that assistance is on hand in an era when many are struggling to make ends even. Collaboration with local partner groups and providing food items as well as cash to help people purchase essential supplies while supporting the economy will hopefully lead people out of poverty or at least closer than before.
The numerous generous donors who donate their time and funds to this cause have provided women in Yemen an opportunity to regain hope. A welfare trust, maternity hospitals are supported by donations to ensure that all women can safely deliver babies without putting themselves at risk of dehydration during labor; rehabilitation units provide post-birth care which includes providing medication if required and psychological assistance before mothers go back out into society again.
Many welfare trusts have started offering hygiene kits to families in makeshift camp sites. They also distribute safe drinking water to schools and hospitals as a way of responding.
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