Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation

Why Yemen?

In 2014, war broke out in Yemen—one of the poorest countries in the Middle East. The war has created the world’s largest humanitarian crisis in Yemen, as well as the largest outbreak of cholera in modern history. According to the United Nations and Save the Children: 80% of the population need of humanitarian aid, 20.1M are food insecure, 14M people are in acute need, 3M people have been displaced, 70% of children don’t have access to clean water, 2M children are out of school, and 10.3M children don’t have enough food to eat.

Why YRRF?

YRRF provides help and support to the neediest families in Yemen. With our extensive network of local volunteers across Yemen, we are able to reach those in urban areas, remote inaccessible villages, refugee camps, and shelters.

Our services cover most basic needs—including food, clean water, medicine, education, and economic support. YRRF also advocates for a just peace in Yemen and advocates for end to the war. We are fully supported by volunteers, including board members and staff.

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Annual Report: What we accomplished in 2023

General Overview 2024 has already been a momentous year for Yemen. As many of you are aware, the United States and United Kingdom are now attacking Yemen, in response to the Red Sea shipping crisis. President Biden is now the fourth consecutive U.S. president to be...

July – December 2023 Accomplishments

Dear friends of Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation –  The need on the ground in Yemen continues to be great, and the response from the international community wholly insufficient. We have had to scale back the scope of our services in response to funding cuts,...

January – June 2023 Accomplishments

March 2023 marked 8 years of a deadly war on Yemen that has left millions living under extreme man-made economic deprivation. Yemen is still facing one of the world’s worst modern humanitarian crises, with over 80% of the population in need of humanitarian aid. While...

Annual Report: What we accomplished in 2022

General Overview Now in its eighth year of conflict, Yemen remains the largest humanitarian crisis globally, with 24 million people out of the population of 30.5 million in need of humanitarian assistance. The conflict has left 4 million people, including 2 million...

October-December 2022 Accomplishments 

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August-September 2022 Accomplishments 

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April to July 2022 Accomplishments

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January-March 2022 Accomplishments

Get a highlight of our new income-generating projects and learn more about our food distribution and orphan support efforts.

Annual Report: What we accomplished in 2021

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December 2021 accomplishments

Learn how your donations helped in December 2021, including clean water distribution, food donations, and more.

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