Millions of people in Yemen are at risk of starvation and are struggling to survive. Years of conflict, instability, famine and health crises have left millions in urgent need of support. Children are dying every single day from hunger, and communities do not have access to clean drinking water.
The Covid-19 pandemic has plunged families into even worse poverty, making it difficult for a charity like us to help, leaving countless people struggling like never before.
The Prophet (saw) said, ‘The best of men are the men of Yemen, belief is Yemeni, and I am Yemeni’. (Ahmad)
Our teams are on the ground providing life saving medical aid, food and water to those most in need. Donate to our Yemen appeal and take actions against hunger.
The conflict in Yemen has weakened all infrastructure, including healthcare, which is on the verge of collapse. The situation in Yemen is so terrible that it could potentially be erased from the World map.
At Al Mustafa Welfare Trust, we are committed to doing all that we can to help and support the people of Yemen. We are continually distributing healthy, nutritious food to help people battle hunger and starvation.
Thanks to support and donations, we are distributing water tanks each day to camps for displaced people, and hospitals. Each tank carries 6,000 litres, and benefits hundreds of people each day.
In the Rawda Camp for displaced people in the city of Ma’rib, we are running a medical clinic providing life-saving aid to almost 6,000 beneficiaries every single month. Donate to Yemen today, so we can help them overcome the burdens of conflict, poverty, disease, and malnutrition.
Our teams are exclusively working with UN registered partners to provide essential aid.
Abdul Basit is a seven-year-old Yemeni orphan boy. He was happily living with his family in Sana'a, Seiyun, where his father ran a fruit shop. However, one day, Abdul Basit's life was turned upside down. Abdul lost everything in a horrific air strike - including both his parents. Since that traumatic incident, Abdul and his two younger sisters have been living with their disabled uncle.
Yemen has great historical importance and its people were directly blessed by our Prophet Muhammad (SAW). However, the Yemeni people are currently struggling with what has widely been described as the worst humanitarian crisis in the world today.
Right now, 11.3 million children in Yemen are in danger. Support Al Mustafa Welfare Trust’s Yemen crisis appeal and help us to continue providing life-saving aid and assistance.