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Crisis in Yemen

10.3 million people in Yemen are in acute need and urgently require immediate life-saving assistance.

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Escalating conflict in Yemen since March 2015 has aggravated the humanitarian situation, leaving millions of people in need of food, clean water and healthcare.

In over a year, the conflict has displaced more than 2 million people, killed over 7,000 and caused economic losses which are said to amount to $19 billion.

A child is dying every 10 minutes because of preventable diseases and child malnutrition is at an all-time high.

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Our response

In partnership with the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC), Christian Aid is supporting Action Against Hunger (ACF) who are delivering much-needed nutrition, health, water, sanitation and hygiene in Yemen. 
To date we have reached over 3,000 children, pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers, treating malnutrition through the provision of nutrition supplements.

We are continuing our work in fighting acute malnutrition in over 20,000 children.
Our response also focuses on the prevention and reduction of cholera. By improving water and sanitation we aim to reduce acute diarrhoea and other diseases.


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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