UNHCR, under Operational Context section, reported as of April 2020: The war in Yemen has entered its sixth year and has been described as the ‘World’s Worst Humanitarian Crisis’ for the 3rd year in a row. While 80% (over 24 million) of Yemen’s population needs humanitarian assistance, many IDPs, IDP returnees, and refugees are now reliant on humanitarian aid to survive. Yemen’s economy has contracted by almost 50 percent and is on the brink of collapse. Only half of the country’s health facilities remain operational, with more than many children out of school and over 80 per cent of the population now live below the poverty line. Without support, a growing number of families have resorted to harmful coping mechanisms such as begging, child labour and early marriage.
We currently have 2 bakeries; capable to produce 20,000 pieces of bread, providing sustenance to over 1.350 families. Both of which are situated in Zabid and Sana’a respectively with an estimated operating cost of RM3000 daily.
Since 2019, our Clean Water project supplies over 10,000 liters of clean water daily for the internally displaced persons around Sana’a
Another project, especially for our children of Yemen. To help curb malnutrition, with kind donations, we have been distributing formula milk to children below 3 years of age. This is an alternative and we pray, this move helps improve the health of the child.