Medical Aid to Yemen
Hospitals and health facilities all over Yemen are in desperate need to restock their shelves with supplies vital for patients’ survival. Bait Al Khair is working to deliver a container load of life-saving medicines and health supplies to Yemen.
The shipment includes essential chronic diseases medicines, insulin vials, antibiotics, vaccines, and other vital medical supplies and equipment. This container load is crucial to help keep some of the health facilities functioning and providing patients with needed lifesaving healthcare.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), almost 16.4 million people lack access to health services across the country. Since the onset of the conflict in 2011, hospitals and health facilities have suffered a serious shortage of medicines and medical supplies, as well as specialized medical personnel.
Millions of families are one step away from famine. Yemen has suffered the largest ever outbreak of cholera ever recorded. In Yemen, Bait Al Khair is working with partners to ensure access to basic health services and supplies, food, water, and shelter. We urgently need your help to feed families and save lives.
Yemen Crisis Appeal
Yemen, the world’s worst humanitarian crisis with over 11 million innocent civilians in need help right now to survive.
The United Nations has declared Yemen the worst humanitarian crisis, with seventy five percent of the population – 22 million people in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. The humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate with fuel shortages, rising food prices and a severe lack of basic services making daily survival a painful struggle for millions.
Innocent Yemenis are now facing the effects of conflict and violence. They are facing displacement, and the breakout of deadly diseases. . Millions of men, women and children are one step away from famine. Yemen is also now suffering the largest ever outbreak of cholera ever recorded..
Yemen is struggling to cope with the deadly cholera, with the number of people infected exceeding one million. They lack access to clean water and food. The current situation has taken its toll on the Yemeni population, leaving more than 2 million children malnourished.
Together we can save lives. Support our cholera response, clean water and food distribution projects in Yemen today.
Cholera is a treatable disease that should not exist today! Help us provide access to safe clean water and medical aid to struggling families in Yemen. Help us ease their dire condition.