Reverse this catastrophe
“Give charity without delay, for it stands in the way of calamity.” (Al-Tirmidhi)
$110 – provide iftar to a fasting family-of-seven in Yemen for a month – a total of 210 meals.
$55 – Provide a vulnerable Yemeni woman with early cancer detection through bone or tissue biopsies.
$25 – provide coffee tree seeds, fertilizer, pipes, a water tank and other farming equipment to a family in Yemen.
$35 – Provide a vulnerable Yemeni woman or girl with intensive care treatment.
$270 – Provide 200 babies with access to the neonatal new rehabilitated care unit within its first six months.
$45 – Provide a vulnerable Yemeni person with physiotherapy treatment by helping us to provide equipment to a physiotherapy centre.
$4,750 – One share in our water rehabilitation project for an entire community of 14,000 people
More than seven years ago, conflict broke out in Yemen. Families enduring violence must have thought that life could not get harder, but each year the crisis has deepened, and, today, they face starvation, cholera, dirty water, and disease, all while the conflict continues.
161,000 Yemenis are facing famine, and, unless we do more to fight hunger, a staggering five times more people will be facing famine by the end of the year.
Give freely and help families to have secure access to food, livelihoods, medical treatment, and clean water.
Be a mercy to a Yemeni family
There are so many ways to support vulnerable families in Yemen. You can donate to provide families with nutritious month-long food parcels, helping them to have a secure source of food.
We’re also empowering families by fighting the causes of hunger. Your donations can support:
All of our projects are Zakat-applicable, and you can calculate what you owe with our easy-to-use Zakat calculator.
Our work so far
Human Appeal has been changing lives through our projects in Yemen since 2014. We’ve helped over 900,000 people during the course of the conflict, primarily through health projects and emergency food aid to tackle malnutrition.
Last year, you helped us to support 963,849 people by providing food security, healthcare, and spreading warmth in winter.