Yemen Hunger Crisis
As violence in Yemen nears its fourth year, the country is facing the world's worst humanitarian crisis. More than 14 million people are facing starvation and an estimated 85,000 children may have died from extreme hunger since the start of the conflict.
WE ARE THERE
We have been working in Yemen throughout the conflict to provide vital support to malnourished children and their parents. Since 2017, we have helped more than 300,000 with:
- Nutrition treatments
- Food and cash distributions
- Hygiene kits
- Livelihoods support
- We have also treated more than 30,000 cases of cholera
Action Against Hunger is working in Yemen right now to help those worst affected.
While mothers, fathers and grandparents in Yemen are facing life or death choices every day, here in the UK we can make the choice to support those facing catastrophe.
Charities like us are reaching hundreds of thousands of people with lifelines in this urgent, life-threatening humanitarian emergency, but hundreds of thousands more people need our help before it is too late. There is some hope, with a ceasefire in the vital port of Hodeida largely holding and flows of vital food and medicine imports opening up, but most Yemeni people do not feel this hope as they continue to teeter on the brink of famine.
Please give the people of Yemen hope.
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