Yemen is currently experiencing a humanitarian crisis. The world’s worst cholera outbreak has killed thousands of people and left many more sick and hunger strikes are continuing throughout the country as the people peacefully protest against the oppression of authorities who are accused of unrestrained bombing campaigns against rebel-held regions with no concern for the lives of civilians or infrastructure targets.
The 16 million people in Yemen who are hungry suffer daily from a failing health system. Because there’s no where else to turn but to their own homes, the COVID19 victims of the virus are dying as they don’t know where to turn.
The country’s poor conditions have made it a perfect breeding environment for HIV-related sexual transmittance. 4 million people in the country are in poverty, and without a place to call home. The price of food is rising and wages are still in the low range. That means there isn’t enough money can be used for basic necessities such as drinking water that is safe and health care. This is the reason it will be difficult to contain this pandemic without assistance from abroad. But, we have to act fast before it’s too to late.
Although the Yemenite population has been fighting Cholera spread for some time and isn’t out of danger. There’s a possibility of hope thanks to international organizations such as Save The Children USA and World Vision UK supporting them along COVID-19.
How Welfare Trusts can be used to aid Yemenis
In a time of widespread suffering, the welfare trusts have been able to provide millions with life-saving food and water. They have a COVID-19 kit for hygiene to protect against infection, which has already killed numerous Yemenis.
Welfare trusts located in Yemen have worked tirelessly for the benefit of Yemen’s vulnerable citizens over the last many years. They offer aid to the most in need, even when there’s conflict or difficulties in reaching their destination. This is why they’re vital for international agencies.
We are grateful that help is available in an age when so many struggle to make with their money. Its aim is to aid people to get out of poverty through working with local partner organizations and providing food, cash and other basic supplies.
The many generous donors who contribute their time and money for this cause have provided women in Yemen the chance to live their lives with hope. Maternity hospitals, which are an welfare trust, are funded by charitable donations to ensure that every woman has the chance to give birth safely without suffering from dehydration or health risks when laboring. Rehabilitation units provide medical and post-birth services for mothers prior to returning back to society.
In response to COVID-19 a lot of welfare trusts now offer hygiene kits for families who live in makeshift camps and also safe drinking water so it can be used at public facilities, such as hospitals or schools.
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