Yemen: Medical Clinic Fund
Described by the UN as ‘The worst man-made humanitarian crisis of our time’, the war in Yemen has turned a poor country into a humanitarian catastrophe.
As a result of the conflict, only half of Yemen's health facilities remain functional, but the need for medical care is higher than ever. Illnesses like cholera and malnutrition are widespread, and the coronavirus pandemic has left communities more vulnerable than ever.
An average, it costs just £4 to treat each patient, and give them the live saving care they need. Your donations can help this many malnutritioned children, widows and the disabled:
- £120 can treat 30 people
- £240 can treat 60 people
- £480 can treat 120 people
- £960 can treat 240 people
Your donation will go towards running health centres or mobile medical clinics, serving vulnerable, displaced and isolated families.