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Distributing 500 urgent food parcels to 500 families affected by the Aden Floods
500 Yemeni families affected by Aden floods
We aim to raise fund of RM50,000
Over the last 6 years Yemen has been one of the hottest conflict zones in the world causing thousands of fatalities. The region has also suffered from extreme flooding, and scarcity of drinkable water which have further contributed to pushing the region in to deep poverty & instability.
Many villages in Yemen are extremely remote & not as developed as other parts of the country, as a result thousands of families are forced to live in extreme poverty & do not have the resources necessary to provide food & water for their families.
The floods surrounded thousands of families and caused huge damage to the residences, especially those that were built randomly near the flood ducts. Water rushed through the streets for more than two hours, sweeping along hundreds of cars and burying them along the main roads in the Aden districts of Al Kalowaa, Crater and Al Mualla. Power and water networks, which were already in a poor state, were completely cut out. The flooding damaged everything in our neighborhood. The tarmac layer in the street was swept away and the water pipes were turned into a rubble.
Currently, the most hardest hit location are in the most undeserved communities. Over 2,000 families with poorly structured housing have been impacted, leaving them with damaged shelter or no shelter at all. Over 3000 IDP internally displaced family tents have also been damaged. The small roads of crowded neighborhoods left road closures, impacting access to homes and main roads.
Some of the homes were completely wiped out, killing families in an instant. Those who lost their homes are now in the streets or in temporary shelters with newborns and IDP camps.
Although some progress has been made since the catastrophe an urgent need for humanitarian assistance still remains. Countless families have lost everything and are either homeless or residing in make shift tents. Our teams promptly assisted on the ground following the tragedy.
Your support will enable us to provide emergency aid, Distribute food packs, provide water wells for many underprivileged families.
with this amount you can help us buy 25% of 1 food basket for 1 victim family
By giving this level of donation, you will help support one needy family with 50% of 1 food basket
If you support with this value of amount, you will help buy 75% of one food basket for 1 affected family
By providing this fund, you will secure one full food basket for one complete affected family.