Yemen is named as the world's largest humanitarian crisis with 2.3 Million children today suffering due to food shortages, lack of medical aid and disease. Many of these children die before they reach their fifth birthday. Yemen continues to suffer with children’s lives torn apart with 6 years of war. With no education, shelter and food, children are robbed of their youth.
Save an Orphan is committed to save children’s lives and help them cope with the tragic effects of the conflict so they can recover their childhoods. Your generous donations will provide medical aid, food packs, hygiene products and further support.
For £50 you can give a food pack that will provide support and relief to children and families in Yemen.
Are internally displaced
People are now suffering from acute malnutrition
A child dies from malnutrition or disease
We are working with partners on the ground who, with local knowledge and resources are best placed to respond to crisis.
Your donations have already helped provide emergency food, medical and shelter for countless people but we need you more than ever. Together we can help prevent the loss of innocent lives in Yemen.
Your donations will go towards Medical Care that’s desperately needed during this emergency. Medical care includes helping nurses with the tools they need, funding more medical staff to help. As well as this, we provide medicine needed and other key medical equipment to look after wounds and injuries
We provide emergency shelter to those who have lost their homes, displaced with nowhere to go. Your support comes in the form of UNHCR approved tents, access to rented accommodation or through the building of basic accommodation allowing those displaced to have a rood over their head
We use your donations to respond quickly so we can provide life-saving aid. We provide immediate aid such as food packs for the hungry, medical tools, help get access to clean water and blankets and clothes as well as long term help such as medical staff, rebuilding shelters and more
"A man is not a believer who fills his stomach whole his neighbour is hungry"
Prophet Muhammad (saw)