Yemen: A Humanitarian Crisis

The largest ongoing humanitarian crisis in the world is in Yemen. A catastrophe of epic proportions is afflicting almost 24 million people, > 3/4 of the population.

20 million require emergency food assistance

8.4 million are at risk of famine

1.1 million pregnant women and  400,000 children are suffering from severe acute malnutrition

5 million children are at risk of famine

3.3 Millions internally displaced

17.8 million lack access to clean water, sanitation and hygiene

>  1.4 million cholera cases between April 2017 to end of 2018

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What We've Achieved

Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation is a registered charitable non-profit organization in the State of Washington. We have a large network of volunteers throughout Yemen. Our organization has no overhead and our staff are volunteers. All funds raised are used to provide relief services in Yemen in diverse locations and in hard to reach areas. Since the war started in Yemen in 2015, we have provided thousands of families with food baskets, meals and hundreds of people with blankets during the winter. With your help, we’ve supplied hundreds of school children with school bags and uniforms and hundreds of children with new Eid clothes. We also distributed water filters to families to control the largest cholera outbreak in modern history.