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One in five children under the age of five in parts of Yemen, is estimated to be acutely malnourished.
Malnutrition is threatening the lives of millions in Yemen.
The country currently faces the worst malnutrition crisis on earth after 6 deadly years of civil war.
More than 1 million women and 2 million children are in urgent need of treatment and nutritious, life-saving food to survive.
According to UNICEF, an estimated 462,000 children suffer from severe acute malnutrition in Yemen. This is almost three times the level of the disease in 2014.
The malnutrition levels are rising quickly and if not treated on time, these children are 11 times more at risk of dying than healthy children.
About 24 million people in the country need humanitarian assistance, that’s 80% of the population, including 12.2 million children.
So far, more than half a million cases of acute malnutrition in young children have been reported in parts of Yemen.
At least 85,000 children under the age of five have already died due to a shortage of food.
This can’t go on. We must act fast – Yemen needs you.
£20 Water Truck – Will provide enough water for 2 families for the entire month
£65 Ramadan Family Food Parcel – This will give a family of seven enough food, water and delicious dates for the entire month of Ramadhan.
£60 Malnutrition kit – This includes nutritious food items to feed a malnutrition-prone family of seven for a month.
£45 Free pharmacy support – A donation of £45 can support our free pharmacy and ensure that it stays open. Providing free medicine to those who can’t afford it.
£170 Water tank for a household – This will ensure that a family has enough water. Most families do not have access to water and basic sanitation.
£240 sponsor a Yemeni orphan for a year – Provide an orphan in Yemen with food and medical essentials as well as education.
We are on the ground creating awareness of cholera in Yemen. We are educating people by distributing leaflets about keeping safe to help stop the spread of the disease.
We are also building pharmacies that are providing free medicine to those most in need. So far we have reached 760 people with vital medical supplies.
We are also distributing cholera and malnutrition kits to families who are struggling with the disease to help restore them to health.
Mercy Relief is working around the clock in Yemen to ensure we can reach the most vulnerable. But we can’t continue without your support – help us keep going.
Despite the on-going civil war, we need your help to protect the people of Yemen from malnutrition and cholera today.