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A Child Under Age 5 dies every 10 Minutes in Yemen and the World Is Ignoring It [How You Can Help Now]

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Yemen, which has already been declared by UNICEF to be in the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, is collapsing further due to the COVID-19 pandemic...

Here’s what’s happening, what we’re doing, and how you can help

Families have experienced more than five years of war, widespread displacement, a crippled economy, near-famine conditions, severe floods and multiple health crises — including outbreaks of cholera, dengue fever and diphtheria.

All these factors have destroyed Yemen’s healthcare system but the addition of COVID-19 has made the collapse complete.


Political unrest and groups fighting for power have broken the food supply chain. There is a lack of proper infrastructures like hospitals, schools, and weather plants.

The conditions are so bad that according to the United Nations, a child under the age of five dies every 10 minutes of preventable causes.

80% of the population depends on humanitarian assistance for food, water, shelter, and medicine … including 12 million children.

Hospitals don’t even have the basics like gloves and masks. Food prices, alone, have doubled in the past month.

This is a desperate situation … will you please help?

We’re raising money to help the people and the children of Yemen…


Our goal is to raise $100,000, and ALL donations great and small are welcome, as we must work together to help these people. The money will be donated to two amazing charities already on the ground: Unicef Yemen and Save The Children Yemen.

Seriously, anything helps, ALL donations are so much appreciated … thank you for your support! 

Please share this information with your family, friends, followers, and everyone in your network so that they know what’s going on. We can’t stay silent with this!

Let’s make it viral so that the people and children of Yemen can get help right now!

What do you think about this tragic situation in Yemen? Leave a comment below.

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