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Help starving families in Yemen

“Yemen is the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.”

— U.N. Secretary General

Nearly four years of civil war have destroyed the country of Yemen. But it’s not bombings and crossfire that are the biggest threat to millions of families there. It’s hunger.

  • Children are literally starving to death every single day.
  • Three out of every four people desperately need food and aid.
  • More than 8 million people don’t know where their next meal is coming from.

But for  $35, you can provide emergency food and medicine to one person in Yemen.

THE WAR

War between the Iranian-backed Houthi rebels and the government of Yemen has raged since 2014. At least 17,000 civilians have been killed, and more than 2 million people have been displaced.

THE CRISIS

Conflict in Yemen’s major port cities has prevented critical food, medicine, and other essentials from being delivered. Ceasefires have allowed some aid to start arriving, but people are starving and in need.

THE SOLUTION

For $35, you can rush emergency food and lifesaving aid to one person suffering from the world’s worst humanitarian crisis. Your generous gift today will help save the life of someone on the brink of starvation. 

SEND EMERGENCY FOOD AND AID NOW

$35 helps rescue one person

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