Yemen appeal

The near 7 year conflict in Yemen has pushed the country to the brink of being the worst ‘humanitarian catastrophe’ the world has seen in recent years.

THE WORLD’S WORST HUMANITARIAN CRISIS

Let’s not forget Yemen, the largest Humanitarian Crisis in the World!

The ongoing unrest continues to ravage the country and its people, pushing millions more towards the brink of starvation.

Almost 70% of the Yemeni population are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance, especially women and children. In some areas, inadequate food consumption is now over 45% and acute malnutrition among children under the age of 5 reached 17.6% in 2021.



Prophet Muhammad SAW said: “Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity.” (Al-Tirmidhi)


The race to save lives in Yemen is on, so we’ve amped up our response efforts in Yemen specifically targeting malnutrition among children under the age of 5 and pregnant and lactating women as well as promotion of proper maternal and child health practices.

Our on the ground team is establishing Mobile Medical Teams to visit poor communities and camps for internally displaced persons from the Yemeni Civil War and to provide services addressing nutrition as well as to integrate primary health care and maternal and child health services for patients.

Cash payments will also be made to the neediest families allowing them the freedom and respect to determine their own needs and allowing us to deliver aid in a more effective and dignified manner.


Save Lives In Yemen Now!

$50
will contribute to providing medical and nutritional support.
$100
will contribute to providing cash payments to the neediest families.
$150
will contribute to supporting our Mobile Medical Teams.

YEMEN NEEDS US NOW

Basic items such as food, water, hygiene kits, medicine and medical equipment and services are desperately needed.

Penny Appeal Australia is working fast to help as many vulnerable Yemenis as we can – especially women and children under the age of 5.

We Can't do it alone

We Can’t do it alone

Your Sadaqah and Zakat Can Save Lives!
$100
Where Most Needed!

“For most people, life in Yemen is now unbearable. Childhood in Yemen is a special kind of hell. Yemeni children are starving. This year, nearly half of all children under 5 in Yemen are set to suffer from acute malnutrition.”

Antonio Guterres, United Nations Secretary General

MORE ON THE SITUATION

Life in Yemen is unbearable.

United Nations Secretary General, Antonio Guterres has said “For most people, life in Yemen is now unbearable. Childhood in Yemen is a special kind of hell. Yemeni children are starving. This year, nearly half of all children under 5 in Yemen are set to suffer from acute malnutrition.”

Sick and injured children are being turned away by health facilities that have been overwhelmed by COVID-19.


How You Can Help

Penny Appeal Australia is rapidly responding to this humanitarian crisis. The people of Yemen cannot afford to wait any longer. Our team has established a specific project to target malnutrition among children under the age of 5 and pregnant and lactating women as well as to promote proper maternal and child health practices.

Thanks to your generosity our Mobile Medical Team is currently on the ground visiting poor communities and camps for internally displaced persons from the Yemeni Civil War and providing services addressing nutrition as well as integrating primary health care and maternal and child health services for patients.

In addition, cash payments are also being made to the neediest families allowing them the freedom and respect to determine their own needs and allowing us to deliver aid in a more effective and dignified manner.

Right now, Penny Appeal Australia only has a small fraction of the funding needed to keep responding. Your donations are life-saving to the people of Yemen in their hour of greatest need.
Every single penny counts.

Use your Zakat and Sadaqah to save lives in Yemen.

Together, We Can Help Yemen. Give Now.

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