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Soldiers aren’t the only ones dying in Yemen



  • February 05, 2019
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At least one child dies every 10 minutes due to Yemen’s humanitarian crisis.

Civil war has torn the country apart for years, but it’s not the bullets and bombs that are the greatest threat. It’s the extreme shortage of food and medicine the war has caused.

More than 85,000 children have already died from starvation. And many more won’t live much longer if they don’t receive immediate help.

For just $35, you can rush emergency food, medicine, and hygiene kits to one person in Yemen. We have partners on the ground who are ready to provide urgent care for families who are suffering. But they cannot do it without YOU.

Without your help, these partners will have no supplies to give out. That’s why your help is extremely vital! People — including innocent children — will continue to die if we don’t take action.

In times of war, food prices skyrocket. There is such a high demand that the average family can barely buy a loaf of bread. And in these dark days full of fear, a mother shouldn’t have to worry about how she’s going to keep her baby fed.

Since mid-December, peace talks have been in the works, but the fighting continues. And as one U.N. official pointed out, “The important progress we have seen on the political track deserves our full and continuing support. But, it does not of itself feed a single, starving child.

Innocent children are still dying every day — not from bullets, but because they don’t have any food.

But it doesn’t have to be this way. You can stand up for one person in Yemen today by helping provide emergency food as well as medicine and hygiene kits.

The time to act is now. Give today and help save a life.

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