WINTER IS HERE
Yemenis are currently experiencing the worst of winter, adding misery to what is being called the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Over 20 million people are at risk of famine.
Donors like you ensure that families in need are prepared to make it through the frigid temperatures. Sharing your warmth helps get them through the winter. Donate now.
Rahma uses your donation to provide food, medical aid, water, blankets, mattresses, plastic sheeting, plastic mats, shoes, jackets, hats, and many more. We have run winter drives and filled Container Shipments throughout the Fall of 2018 to help Yemenis prepare for Winter.
Your gift makes a powerful difference to those who need it most.
ANSWERING THE CALL IN YEMEN
Rahma Worldwide, among many others, is responding to the emergency in Yemen, where it has been over three years since conflict escalated in the region in 2015. Since that time, millions have been displaced by increased surges of violence. Death and injuries continue to be reported.
Yemen—one of Earth’s oldest inhabited areas—is also one of the Arab world’s poorest and least developed countries. Child malnutrition rates are among the world’s highest: around half of all Yemeni children under 5 years old are stunted.
Since the conflict began, Rahma Relief has been delivering life-saving aid in various Yemeni provinces, including areas like Taiz, Maarib, and Mukalla. Rahma Relief’s donors like you have helped thousands of people in Yemen to date.
The Crisis In Yemen
THE WORLD’S WORST HUMANITARIAN CRISIS
Rahma Relief Dedicated a whole campaign titled #StandWithYemen throughout November and December 2018 to spread further awareness of the crisis in Yemen, as well as #GivingTuesday
If Yemen was 100 people:
80 need aid to survive
60 barely have anything to eat
58 have no access to clean water
52 have no access to healthcare
11 are severely malnourished
But Yemen is NOT 100 people. It’s 27 million people.
And right now, more than 22 million Yemenis are trapped in what’s being called the world’s “worst humanitarian crisis.”
Continue what we started on #GivingTuesday by donating now those in dire need in Yemen.
The current conflict, fighting, and constantly changing front lines have displaced tens of thousands of people who are, by no fault of their own, seeking shelter in spontaneous public buildings and shelters.
Food aid and access to clean water are a major concern—17.8 million are food insecure and 8.4 million don’t know where to get their next meal from. Relief Web reports that the conflict is has horrific effects on children in particular.
When you donate now, you impact Yemeni families when it matters most.