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Yemen is currently in the midst of a humanitarian crisis. The worst cholera outbreak in the world has claimed the lives of thousands and left tens of thousands more ill as hunger strikes continue throughout the country, as people peacefully protest the oppression they are being forced to endure by government forces , who are accused of carrying out unrestrained bombings against rebel-held areas , with no consideration for civilian lives or infrastructure targets.

Yemen has 16 million people in constant hunger. The system of health care in Yemen is broken because of seven years of war. With no help apart from home, dead or alive COVID19 patients are starving time because doctors don’t have access within their communities anymore; Too busy fighting one another rather than trying to save lives.

The worsening conditions in the nation have created a favorable environment for the transmission of HIV. There are 4 million living in a state of no permanent to call home, and they are unable to just eat anything since food prices are constantly rising while wages remain low- and not enough money is put into giving basic necessities such as healthcare or clean water! That’s why fighting this epidemic will be nearly impossible without aid from outside however, we must get it done before it’s too late.

Although the Yemenite population has been fighting Cholera spread for some time however, they are not out of danger. With international aid such as World Vision UK and Save The Children US as well as COVID 19 in place, it seems that there may finally be some signs of hope.

How 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 offer a COVID-19-specific hygiene kit to prevent infection, which has already killed numerous Yemenis.

Over the past few years, welfare trusts have been working tirelessly in Yemen to assist those who are most vulnerable. They provide aid to those who are in need, regardless of conflicts or difficulties reaching their destination. This is why they’re vital for international agencies.

In a period when millions of people struggle to make ends meet We’re thankful that there’s help to those who are in dire need. By working with local partner organisations and dispensing cash and food so that people can purchase basic products while also helping the economy, we hope to get them to be free of hunger or, at the very least, close to it than before.

Women in Yemen have received an opportunity to live their lives again because of the numerous generous donors who give their time and money away to help this cause. A welfare trust Maternity hospitals are funded through donations from charitable organizations to ensure that all women are able to safely give birth without the risk of health problems or suffering from dehydration during labor. Rehabilitation units offer post-birth care that includes providing medications if required in addition to psychological support before mothers go back out in the community again.

In response to COVID-19, many welfare trusts are now providing hygiene kits for families who live in camps, and are supplying safe water so that it can be used by public facilities such as schools or hospitals.

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