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Small, Yet regular contribution is the essence of Yemen Grand Relief Campaign. A simple action that has been designed to be viral
By spreading the word, new contribution will join to create a stable and growing income to face world's worst humanitarian crisis
Bright future needs a sustainable resources. Help Yemen overcome its crisis with projects that are growing and ongoing.

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​PROJECT

MOBILE MEDICAL
​CLINIC

SYUKUR
SCHOOL

FOOD DISTRIBUTION

WATER & SANITATION PROJECT

This project is a symbol of hope for the Yemeni people especially kids. MRA wanted to show the world that Yemeni still believe in a brighter future and embrace positivity and progress.
In general, energy supply in Yemen is limited, and weak generation capacity, high electricity losses from the grid and high demand, MRA proposed this project to help the community especially for school and mosque. The majority of the electrical infrastructure in Yemen was destroyed affected by war.
Improve the food security of the targeted communities, and will prevent children and pregnant and lactating mothers from becoming malnourished In yemen.

MRA provide medical services and psychosocial support sessions through mobile clinics. The project targets community by center or home visits by health educators and community awareness sessions.
Water safety and quality are fundamental to human development and well-being. Providing access to safe water is one of the most effective instruments in promoting health and reducing poverty. During Yemen Crisis , MRA distributed half million litres of water to an estimated 20000 war-affected people in Yemen.
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PEOPLE IN NEED

Ongoing armed conflict since 2015 has ravaged the country and led to the displacement of 18 million people. This in turn has exacerbated widespread famine and starvation, with insufficient resources to reach and help those in dire need. More than half of the country’s population has been severely impacted by the ongoing conflict and require immediate assistance. Not only is there severe food shortages, but lack of access to clean water and medical assistance has been detrimental to the livelihoods of men women and children. The aforementioned factors have all contributed to what essentially is a humanitarian disaster in Yemen, and is a problem that requires the aid and assistance of people working together to alleviate these conditions.

You can help support our cause by contributing $3 every month. Lend a hand and aid us on our humanitarian efforts. In return, you will receive bi-weekly updates on the progress and status of our ongoing programmes.

THE CRISIS IN YEMEN

Ongoing armed conflict since 2015 has ravaged the country and led to the displacement of 18 million people. This in turn, has exacerbated widespread famine and starvation, with insufficient resources to reach and help those in dire need. More than half of the country’s population has been severely impacted by the ongoing conflict and require immediate assistance. Not only is their severe food shortages, but lack of access to clean water and medical assistance has been detrimental to the livelihoods of men women and children. The aforementioned factors have all contributed to what essentially is a humanitarian disaster in Yemen, and is a problem that requires the aid and assistance of people working together to alleviate these conditions.
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