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Yemen is currently in a state of crisis for humanitarian reasons. The worst cholera outbreak that has ever struck the globe has claimed the lives of thousands and left tens of millions more sick. Meanwhile, hunger strikes continue across Yemen, where people are protesting against oppression by government troops. They are accused of launching unrestrained bombing campaigns to eliminate the rebel-held areas, without consideration for civilian lives or infrastructure targets.

16 million people suffer from hunger each day in Yemen, and with the health system been essentially destroyed by more than seven years of conflict, there’s no place left for them to go. There’s no better place to turn to for assistance than the comfort of home, be it dead or alive. COVID19 victims are starving due to the lack of medical resources to treat them. They’re too busy fighting each other rather than trying to save their lives.

The conditions in the country’s poor make it a fertile breeding place for sexual transmission of HIV. 4 million people live in poverty without a permanent home and can’t eat since food prices continue increase, while wages are low. Not enough money is available to pay for basic needs like clean water or medical care. This is why it will be difficult to contain this disease without assistance from outside. We must, however, to act fast before it’s too too late.

The Yemenite people have been fighting against the spreading of Cholera for a long time now, but they are still not completely safe at this point. With the help of international organizations such as World Vision UK and Save The Children US together with COVID 19 in place It appears that there is some signs of hope.

How Welfare Trusts can be used to aid Yemenis

These welfare trusts are able to provide water and food for millions of people in an age of immense suffering. They also provide COVID-19 health kits to help prevent the spread of the deadly virus that has already claimed many lives in Yemen.

Welfare trusts located in Yemen have worked tirelessly for the welfare of Yemen’s most vulnerable people over the past many years. They offer aid to those who are in need, even in times of conflicts or difficulties getting to their destination. That’s why they’re crucial for international organizations.

It’s a difficult time for many and we’re grateful there is help available to those in need. Partnering with local organisations and dispensing food items as well as cash so that people can purchase basic supplies while supporting the economy should hopefully get them out of hunger or at a minimum, closer than they were before.

The generous donors who contribute their time and resources to this cause have given women in Yemen a new lease of optimism. The hospitals for pregnant women are aided by charitable donations. This helps ensure that all women are able to give birth to babies without health issues or dehydration. Rehabilitation centers also provide post-birth services, which include medication when needed.

Many welfare trusts have been providing hygiene kits for families in makeshift camp sites. They also deliver safe drinking water to schools and hospitals in response.

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