Orphan Project

In the face of Yemen’s conflict, children are the most vulnerable and disproportionately affected. Many have been killed or maimed, recruited into armed forces and groups, and lost family members. With a deteriorating medical system, dying from preventable diseases is an unfortunate reality. Widespread malnutrition is rampant in the nation with over 10.3 million children not having enough to eat.

Orphan Project

In the face of Yemen’s conflict, children are the most vulnerable and disproportionately affected. Many have been killed or maimed, recruited into armed forces and groups, and lost family members. With a deteriorating medical system, dying from preventable diseases is an unfortunate reality. Widespread malnutrition is rampant in the nation with over 10.3 million children not having enough to eat.

Sponsor An Orphan

Orphan project

From: $65.00 available on subscription

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Sponsoring an orphan is one of the greatest deeds that Allah (SWT) and His messenger Muhammad (PBUH) emphasized.

A recent 2021 United Nations report states that there are 10 million children without proper access to water and sanitation, as well as for 7.8 million children without access to education, following school closures. Nearly 2 million of Yemen’s children are out of school as lack of funds to pay teachers’ salaries have led to school shutdowns.

Displacement, damage to infrastructure all threaten children’s’ ability to thrive in a safe environment with their families. Young boys are at danger of being recruited for child soldiers.

A monthly sponsorship of $65 provides an orphan with life-changing opportunities:

Education

Shelter

Healthcare

Food

Sponsoring an orphan

It’s estimated that 2,600 have been forced into armed groups. Risks of family separation are increasing as a result of the protract conflict and poverty. Many men and older boys die or are injured when fighting, or they stay behind to preserve houses, lands and livelihoods; while women, children and elderly flee.

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