Yemen is experiencing the largest humanitarian crisis in the world with 17 million people at risk of famine. About 5 million children are experiencing malnutrition and 4 million people are internally displaced, many are women and children.
Yemen Relief and Reconstruction Foundation works with the most needy and in the most inaccessible areas where pockets of famine exist. With our extensive network of local volunteers across Yemen, we are able to reach those living not only in urban areas, but also remote inaccessible villages, areas with active fighting, and internally displaced people. Our services cover most basic needs — including food, clean water, medicine, education, and economic support.
In 2021, we helped over 226,494 people (including 151,297 children people with food baskets, helped 100s of families start income generation projects, sponsored over 900 orphans, supplied 1500 internally displaced people daily with clean water, provided winter clothes and medical supplies, supported education institutions.