Yemen Aid Humanitarian Assistance


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Donation Total: $100.00 One Time


Yemen’s health sector remains almost non-existent since the start of the civil war in 2014. Roughly half of Yemen’s health facilities have closed its doors due to lack of operational support and resources. The remaining hospitals are operating at minimal capacity and are in need of support. Meanwhile, women and children have tremendously suffered due to medical shortages in public hospitals and clinics. Without adequate healthcare, citizens are at imminent risk of illness.

Yemen Aid

Yemen Aid puts the health sector as a top priority and believes that the betterment of quality for Yemenis starts when the health sector runs effectively to serve the population as it should.

Our Support to the Health Sector

  • The establishment of an Ambulance service program (EMS) effectively run in two provinces
  • Dozens of medical shipments distributed to medical facilities
  • Operational support of the ‘Pink Clinic’- Breast Cancer Diagnosis Center – first ever in the province of Lahj
  • The launch of mobile clinics to refugee camps and communities facing urgent need
  • Rehabilitation and operational support of Al-Dobba Primary Care Clinic

Over 1 million beneficiaries at local hospitals; Intervened in 55 hospitals ; Provinces: Provinces: Aden, Lahj, Hodeidah, Abyan, Taiz, Mareb, Dhamar, Al-Dhalae, Hajjah, Hadhramout, Ibb and Shabwa.