Providing food, water and health care to people in the world's largest crisis
Yemen is the world’s single largest humanitarian crisis.
More than 80 per cent of the population urgently need emergency aid.
Around 18 million people do not have enough nutritious food and more than half of the population live without clean water.
The worst cholera epidemic ever recorded is still active in Yemen. There have been over one million suspected cases and more than 2,250 deaths.
Extreme hunger, disease and conflict are killing or injuring an estimated 75 people every day.
What we’re doing in Yemen
The Red Cross works with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and the Yemen Red Crescent. Together we provide food, clean water, medical help and essential household items.
In 2017 alone, support from the British Red Cross helped the ICRC and the Red Crescent reach more than 800,000 people with basic aid.
This includes providing food and supplies such as blankets, water containers and soap.
The Red Crescent provided free health care for over 17,000 people in one of the country’s worst-affected areas. This includes emergency obstetric care for over 6,200 women and their babies.
But so much more is needed.
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