In Yemen, our food baskets are £65 per month. With £40 per month, you can provide a family of 5 with water for a month.
For just £10 you will be able to buy a Yemeni child new Eid clothes. Our food baskets contain 25kg Flour, 10kg Sugar, 10kg rice, 4 litres of oil, 4kg dates, 1 box of beans, 25 cans of tom paste and 2.5kg milk (dried).
- The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) estimates that more than 2.4 million Yemenis have fled their homes to elsewhere in the country, and 120,000 have sought asylum in other countries.
- The UN recorded 13,045 civilian casualties, including 4,773 killed, between 26 March 2015, when the coalition air campaign began, and 26 March 2017.
- The government says there are also between 1.7 and two million refugees, asylum seekers and migrants in Yemen, 460,000 of whom need humanitarian assistance.
- An estimated 17 million people are considered food insecure and 6.8 million severely food insecure – 3 million more than in January 2017.
- About 3.3 million children and pregnant or breastfeeding women are acutely malnourished, including 462,000 children under five who face severe acute malnutrition. That represents a 57% increase since late 2015 and threatens the lives and life-long prospects of those affected, according to the UN.
- The World Food Programme has classified seven of Yemen’s 22 provinces as being at “emergency” level.
- Last year, HDF worldwide managed to feed 165 families of 5 through our food baskets in
- This year HDF Worldwide would like to provide 500 families of 5 with food baskets to last them throughout the month of Ramadan.
- With £10 you are able to light up a child in Yemen’s Eid. £10 will buy a child new Eid clothes and colouring book and pencil.
- Narrated Abu Masud: The Prophet beckoned with his hand towards Yemen and said, “Belief (Eeman) is there.” Sahih Bukhari
- People in Yemen are currently suffering from a severe shortage of water. For £40 you are able to provide a family of 5 with a month’s supply of drinking water.
- Abu ‘Abdullah (Al-Bukhari) said, “Yemen was called so because it is situated to the right of the Ka’ba, and Sham was called so because it is situated to the left of the Ka’ba.” Sahih Bukhari
- Sa’d ibn Ubadah reported: I said, “O Messenger of Allah, my mother has died. Shall I give charity on her behalf?” The Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, said, “Yes.” I said, “Which charity is best?” The Prophet said, “A drink of water.” Sunan An Nasa’i, hasan.bn