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Yemen is currently in the midst of a humanitarian crisis. The most severe cholera epidemic in history has killed thousands of people and left many more sick, while hunger strikes continue across the nation as citizens peacefully protest their oppression by government forces , who are accused of launching unrestrained bombing operations against rebel-held areas with little regard for civilian lives or infrastructure targets.

The 16 million people in Yemen who are hungry are daily suffering from a deficient health system. With nowhere else for help other than at home, dead or alive COVID19 patients are starving away because medical professionals aren’t able to access their communities; too to be fighting with one another, rather than focussing on saving lives.

The poor conditions that are afflicting the country has created an ideal environment to facilitate the sexual transmission of HIV. There are 4 million who live with nowhere permanent to call home. They can’t even eat enough due to the rising cost of food while wages are still low. not enough money goes towards the basic necessities like drinking water or healthcare! This is the reason it will be nearly impossible to control the spread of this deadly disease without help from outside. However, we must to act quickly before it’s too much to late.

While the Yemenite population has been fighting Cholera spreading for a while however, they are not completely safe. There could be some hope through international organizations like Save The Children America and World Vision UK supporting them along COVID-19.

What Welfare Trusts can be used to aid Yemenis

The welfare trusts are able to provide food and water to millions of people in moments of suffering. They have a COVID-19 kit for hygiene to stop the spread of infection, which has already killed Yemenis.

Over the last several years, welfare trusts have worked tirelessly in Yemen in order to aid the people who are most vulnerable. They provide aid to those who are in need, even when there’s trouble getting to their destination. This is why they’re essential for international agencies.

This is a time of struggle for many and we’re thankful that we have assistance for the people who require it. Collaboration with local partner organisations and dispensing cash and food to enable people to purchase necessary products while also helping the economy, we hope to get people out of poverty or at least closer to the point they were.

Many generous donors have contributed their time and money to give women in Yemen a new lease on life. A welfare trust, maternity hospitals are funded by donations from charitable organizations to ensure that all women are able to safely give birth without risking health issues or suffering from dehydration during labor. Rehabilitation units provide post-birth care which includes medication, if needed as well as psychological support before mothers go back out to the world again.

In response to COVID-19 a lot of welfare trusts now offer hygiene kits for families that are living in tent camps, and safe water so it can be used at public facilities like schools or hospitals.

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