Care Foundation - Yemen Crisis Appeal

by Quba Trust

Care Foundation - Yemen Crisis Appeal by Quba Trust cover photo

£1,000.00

raised by 6 donations

of £1,000.00 Target Goal

100%

The Story

Yemen is the largest humanitarian crisis in the world, with more than 24 million people – some 80 per cent of the population – in need of humanitarian assistance, including more than 12 million children. Since the conflict escalated in March 2015, the country has become a living hell for the country’s children. Now, with COVID-19 spreading, Yemen is facing an emergency within an emergency. Sanitation and clean water are in short supply. Only half of health facilities are functioning, and many that remain operational lack basic equipment like masks and gloves, let alone oxygen and other essential supplies to treat the coronavirus. Many health workers are receiving no salaries or incentives. Meanwhile, acute malnutrition rates among children under the age of five are the highest ever recorded in parts of Yemen, with more than half a million cases in southern districts, according to an analysis released in October. Children continue to be killed and maimed in the conflict, while the damage and closure of schools and hospitals has disrupted access to education and health services, leaving children even more vulnerable and robbing them of their futures.

Quba Trust

Yemen is the largest humanitarian crisis in the world, with more than 24 million people – some 80 per cent of the population – in need of humanitarian assistance, including more than 12 million children. Since the conflict escalated in March 2015, the country has become a living hell for the country’s children. Now, with COVID-19 spreading, Yemen is facing an emergency within an emergency. Sanitation and clean water are in short supply. Only half of health facilities are functioning, and many that remain operational lack basic equipment like masks and gloves, let alone oxygen and other essential supplies to treat the coronavirus. Many health workers are receiving no salaries or incentives. Meanwhile, acute malnutrition rates among children under the age of five are the highest ever recorded in parts of Yemen, with more than half a million cases in southern districts, according to an analysis released in October. Children continue to be killed and maimed in the conflict, while the damage and closure of schools and hospitals has disrupted access to education and health services, leaving children even more vulnerable and robbing them of their futures.

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Care Foundation - Yemen Crisis Appeal: Latest Donations

Anonymous donated £130.00 on 2021/6/23 at 14:59.

Asif donated £200.00+ £50.00 on 2021/5/12 at 18:41.

Sumera donated £100.00+ £25.00 on 2021/5/12 at 16:5.

Asif donated £300.00+ £75.00 on 2021/4/29 at 15:41.

Anonymous donated £20.00+ £5.00 on 2021/4/28 at 14:44.

Anonymous donated £250.00+ £62.50 on 2021/4/25 at 13:16.