Yemen Aid Humanitarian Assistance


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Donation Total: $100.00 One Time


As the war in Yemen remains the largest threat to stability, Yemenis continue to face challenges in accessing basic necessities such as clean water. Around 19 million people are water insecure which is one of the main drivers of communal disease spread and poor hygiene conditions. Illnesses like Cholera and Acute Watery Diarrhea have been an ongoing danger to the health of Yemenis since 2015. More recently, the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread due to a deteriorated health sector. This is why, now more than ever, hygiene matters.

Access to reach water is limited due to distance and financial burdens which prevent families from having clean water from water trucks. As a result, children have left their classrooms and have become responsible for fetching water by traveling long distances to wells for their families. Additionally, the increase of water prices has been almost impossible to purchase for the average citizen.

Yemen Aid Believes that Water is a Human Right

We continue to believe that every Yemeni must have the right to water access no matter where you live or your economic status.

Snapshot of our intervention to promote water access:

  • Intervention of community wells
  • Distribution of ‘Dignity Kits’ in support of families who are currently in IDP camps
  • Promoting hygiene awareness campaigns to students
  • Supplying wells with necessary community faucets, piping and other infrastructural items
  • Rehabilitation of water reservoir tanks and Installation of water pipeline networks

We supported:

Over 90,000 individuals ; Provinces: Aden, Lahj, Hodeidah, Abyan, Taiz, Mareb, Al-Dhalae, Hajjah, Ibb, and Hadhramout.