Yemen Food Assistance
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In 2020, UNICEF warned that approximately one in five children under the age of five in Yemen are experiencing acute malnourishment.
Malnutrition, diarrhea and respiratory tract infections are a few of the main causes of these deaths, each of which are correlated to poor diets and inconsistencies in food.
- Send food packages
- Provide seasonal meat
- Help fight famine
- And other aid as needed
Since 2014, the civil war in Yemen has made access to food incredibly difficult.
Since then, food insecurity has ravaged even more of the population as a result of political conflict, rising food prices, reduced employment opportunities, and plummeting wages.
Additionally, as war and famine separate the Yemeni people from reliable food, the country’s deeply rooted gender inequities ensure that hunger and malnutrition disproportionally impact women and children.
The country’s level of hunger was labeled as “alarming” by the Global Hunger Index in 2019 – but there is hope.
Your Compassion Makes a Difference
Baitulmaal’s community of donors continue to contribute toward efforts to fight hunger in Yemen.
👇 More photos below... 👇SANAA, YEMEN May 12, 2022 -- Baitulmaal, a Dallas-based international humanitarian nonprofit, recently distributed 1,000 food packages that provided 402,000 Ramadan meals to impoverished families in Yemen. The food packages were distributed in...
👇 More photos below... 👇ADEN, YEMEN, February 9, 2022 -- Baitulmaal, a Dallas-based international humanitarian nonprofit, recently completed the distribution of medications and supplies to 49 health centers serving 4,454,177 Yemenis. This distribution, part of a...
👇 More photos below... 👇ADEN, YEMEN, January 13, 2022 -- Baitulmaal, a Dallas-based international humanitarian nonprofit, recently completed the construction of a deep water well in the Ma’asher camp that provides clean, safe water to 5,200 Yemenis. The deep water...
👇 More photos below... 👇More than 50 hospitals serving over 985,000 people receive aidYEMEN, September 09, 2021 -- Baitulmaal, a Dallas-based international humanitarian relief agency, recently completed the distribution of $4.6 million worth of medical supplies to...
Can they count on you?
Both man-made and natural disasters are deteriorating the food supply in Yemen and every day, innocent people suffer.
Without your help, women and children could continue to bear the brunt of the country’s widespread malnourishment.
Without aid, innumerable Yemenis may suffer the consequences of food insecurity, including physical and mental health threats, developmental delays and even death.
Will you provide life-sustaining meals to neighbors in need?