What you need to know about the crisis in Yemen

What you need to know about the crisis in Yemen

The crisis in Yemen, caused by prolonged conflict, has led to staggering impacts on human life, basic public services and the economy. More than 3.6 million people have been displaced and approximately 17 million are in desperate need of food.

Almost 100 civilians were killed or injured every week in 2018, and the toll on innocent families is only becoming more severe as escalation in violence has led to increased displacement and death. People are struggling to survive, severe outbreaks of COVID‑19, cholera and other communicable diseases are ongoing, and the risk of famine looms.

Millions of Yemeni people need our help. As of July 2020, more than 24 million people within the country are in need of humanitarian assistance, and the UN’s Humanitarian Response Plan for June through December of 2020 is facing a shortfall of more than $2 billion for humanitarian response.

This devastating humanitarian crisis has, for years, gone largely unnoticed. But the world can’t afford inaction any longer — too many lives are at risk.

Merciful Group is there to connect communities with desperately needed resources, but our work is only possible with your knowledge and support.

How Can you Help?

Merciful Group launched a new housing project in Yemen “Dar Al Izza”, a project aimed to give Izzah (honor) to our poor sisters who have been unjustly misplaced from their homes and to support the orphan children.

To learn more about “Dar Al Izza” project in Yemen and how can you donate please click the button below

Dar Al Izza Project