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Crisis in Yemen

More than 7 million people in Yemen do not know where their next meal will come from and children face the greatest risk of starvation.

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Twenty months of war have brought Yemen, already one of the poorest countries in the world, to breaking point. 

People have lost their jobs and the economy has almost collapsed, people can no longer afford the essential supplies they need. 

Hospitals, schools and farms have been destroyed.  

Despite efforts to end the conflict, lives are being lost and aid is needed urgently.

Please donate




According to the UN, at least 10,000 children under five have died from preventable diseases (such as diarrhoea and pneumonia) since the start of the war (as of June 2016.)

Christian Aid Ireland will be supporting the work of our partner agencies in the region who are best placed to respond to this emergency situation.

How can you help?

Three ways you and your church can support our appeal:

Donate - give directly to this appeal

Church collection - contact us to order your envelopes.

Email our Dublin office: Dublin@christian-aid.org or telephone 01 496 7040.

Email our Belfast office: Belfast@christian-aid.org or telephone 028 9064 8133


Crisis in Yemen

Provide lifesaving aid for the millions of people facing hunger.

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