Yemen Emergency Appeal

A humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding in front of the whole world. Millions of families are having to escape from their homes to find refuge in other parts of Yemen. These families are living in makeshift camps and temporary houses. Often the conditions in and around these camps are inhumane with poor hygiene and sanitation facilities.

With no clean drinking water and an extreme shortage of food is making these camps unbearable to live in. Islamic Welfare Trust team is on the ground delivering life-saving food aid to our Yemeni brothers and sisters.

Yemen in Need

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Save the Children of Yemen

Like any other conflict, Yemen is no different, it is women and children who are suffering the most. Over the past 6 years, thousands of children have died due to diseases that were preventable. Malnutrition is the biggest cause of children falling ill and never recover from those illnesses.

Yemen is a man-made crisis and if both parties agree can be resolved overnight. But it looks like no one from the world leaders is caring about the suffering of civilians especially women and children. We have to do what is in our capacity i.e. help our brothers and sisters in Yemen. Islamic Welfare Trust is sending regular food aid for families facing the brunt of this conflict. Continue your support and save the lives of Yemeni women & children.

Why Yemen?

  • 8 million people are on the brink of famine
  • 3 million internally displaced people
  • 22 million in need of urgent aid

Islamic Welfare Trust in Yemen

Islamic Welfare Trust in Yemen

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