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Yemen Emergency Appeal

Yemen Crisis

Over 600 people have been killed and more than 1,700 injured since recent air strikes hit Sana’a and Sa’ada in Yemen. Thousands of people are in desperate need of water and medical aid. According to the British Red Cross, the situation is catastrophic and is getting worse. Through partners on the ground, Muslim Aid will immediately distribute clean water. Imminent plans to deliver food and medical aid are underway. There were more than 300,000 people already internally displaced before this round of conflict and tens of thousands of people have fled their homes to neighbouring countries.

£75 will provide water for 250 people a day.

£150 will provide water for 500 people a day.

£1,250 will sponsor a 2,000 litre water tank 20 days.

Please Donate Generously to help save lives

  • 14 Jul 2016 update Food Vouchers For Yemeni Displaced

    As the crisis in Yemen reaches emergency levels, Muslim Aid with its partners on the ground, are set to provide food vouchers for people affected by the deadly conflict. Since 2015, more than 2.51 million people have been forced to flee their homes and 14.4 million have no access to food.

    Already affected by political instability, much of Yemen is overwhelmed by widespread poverty, where almost 16 million people were in need of some form of humanitarian assistance before the recent conflict started.

    The food vouchers will be given to over 5,400 internally displaced people, in particular, the elderly and the poorest households in Aden, Yemen. Muslim Aid continues to collaborate with its funding partner, UMCOR and this particular project is part of a series of joint or funded institutional grants received.