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Yemen is starving

Yemen is facing what has been described as the worst humanitarian crisis in the world today. Years of conflict have killed 70,000 people in Yemen since 2016 and left over a million people are starving. While 4.3 million people had been forced to flee their homes, 3.2 million people are still internally displaced. The worldwide Covid-19 pandemic has worsened every sphere of life in Yemen.

Food is now double the price since the crisis started, and most Yemenis cannot afford even the most basic food items. The war brought the water and sanitation systems to a standstill in many towns, leaving its people without access to clean drinking water. 80 per cent of Yemenis now live below the poverty line.

Al Mustafa Welfare Trust is working to alleviate the devastating impacts of poverty and destruction in Yemen. With the help of our UN registered partner organisations, Al Mustafa Welfare Trust is not only distributing food packs and emergency relief packs but is also providing water & medical aid to those in need. Our teams are exclusively working with UN registered partners to provide essential aid.

Donate now to help us reach many more. Your Zakat, Sadaqah and Lillah can truly save lives in Yemen. 

14.1 Million

are at risk of hunger

500,000

children suffering from severe acute malnutrition

3.2 Million

are internally displaced

1 Million

suffering from cholera due to lack of water & sanitation systems

Only 45%

of health facilities are functioning

14.8 Million

people lack access to basic healthcare

How You Can Help the people of yemen

Yemen has great historical importance, and its people were directly blessed by our Prophet Muhammad (saw). However, the Yemeni people are currently struggling and need your donations more than ever. Your Zakat, Sadaqah and Lillah can truly save lives this winter in Yemen.

The Prophet (saw) said, ‘The best of men are the men of Yemen, belief is Yemeni, and I am Yemeni’. (Ahmad)

 A £55 Family Food Pack will provide a family with nutritious food items like rice, flour, powder milk, sugar, tea & cooking oil. This will enable them to have hot food on the table for an entire month.

 For £300 you can protect a family by giving them an Emergency Relief Pack. This will provide a family with a full relief kit including ready meals, sleeping bag, water, hygiene essential & a family tent which will give them shelter from the weather elements.Our £1000 Medical Camp is set up in areas where access to healthcare is limited. For many it is the only opportunity to see a doctor, get medical treatment and to get lifesaving medicine for their family.

 Your donations can also provide clean drinking water & help save the people of Yemen from the spread of deadly, waterborne diseases like cholera. A £2000 donation will provide an entire camp of displaced people with 200,000 litres of Water, serving up to 700 people. A £70 water tank containing 600 litres will serve up to 200 people. 

Family Food aid

Clean drinking water

Emergency Medical Clinic

our work on ground in yemen

At Al Mustafa Welfare Trust, we are committed to delivering your donation to help and support the people of Yemen. We have continually been 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 daily.

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.

ABDUL BASIT's Story

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. 

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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.


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