Yemen Crisis Appeal

Sadaqah wipes out sins like water extinguishes fire.”
Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W)

Yemen In Crisis

“Whoever removes a grief from a believer from amongst the sorrows of this life, Allah will remove a grief from him amongst the sorrows of the Day of Resurrection” (Muslim)

This Ramadan gain multiplied rewards by helping families in Yemen who desperately need food, water and medicine. Your support is crucial. Donate your Zakat and Sadaqah and save lives in Yemen whilst elevating your rank in the eyes of Allah SWT. Don’t miss the blessings of this holy month.

For almost a decade, Yemen has been battling war, hunger, disease and the effects of climate change.

Thousands of people have lost their lives, their homes and their livelihoods, leaving 17.4 million people food insecure.

The maternal and child malnutrition rate in Yemen is among the highest in the world.

More than 3 million pregnant women, nursing mothers and children under the age of five are suffering from acute malnutrition.

It is shocking that a child dies of hunger every ten minutes. Without our help, more lives will be lost with each passing day.

Yemen needs you. Help save a life now.

How You Can Help

Feed 2 Families

Will help provide a nutritious food parcel and clean water to a family of seven facing malnutrition.

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Ramadan Food Parcel

Provide up to two nutritious meals a day for two families for an entire month.

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Clean Water

Will provide two families with clean water for their daily needs for a whole month.

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No family should go hungry

Millions of people go without food for days at a time, most can’t afford a meal, some barely have enough to survive.

The WFP (World Food Programme) has warned that the country is on a ‘countdown to catastrophe’ over rising hunger. Yemen is on the verge of yet another famine. Food prices are currently at their highest levels since 2015.

Now, the Ukraine crisis is expected to worsen the situation as 30 percent of Yemen’s wheat import comes from Ukraine.

The situation is dire. Lack of opportunities to earn an income and the scarcity of food and water has led to 80% of the population depending on humanitarian aid.

Health facilities lack basic medicines

At the moment, only half of the health facilities in Yemen are functioning and most lack basic medicines, adequate staff, specialists and medical equipment. Most sick or malnourished Yemenis struggle to access healthcare.