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Health support to Yemeni patients
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has organised eye examinations and distributed glasses to a thousand children; it has also delivered wheelchairs and crutches to 330 disabled civilians who were injured by the civil war in Yemen
Yemen 17.10.2018

There are now17 million people in dire need of emergency aid in Yemen, where 4.8 million of them are struggling with hunger. The continuing war would only mean that the humanitarian crisis there is increasing on a daily basis. The people in Yemen are currently dependent on international aid to survive because the health services in particular have come to a halt. IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation still continues its aid efforts in Yemen. With every crisis that surfaces, IHH is increasing its aid efforts to provide support to the victims of the country. With the contributions of donors IHH has provided health and medical support to a total of 1 thousand 330 patients.

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Aid works have been carried out in Taiz, Marib, Sana’a and Al-Jawf regions. IHH held eye examinations and distributed glasses to a thousand children in need, also distributed wheelchairs and crutches to 330 individuals who were disabled or harmed due to the civil war in the country.

IHH’s aid efforts in Yemen will continue until this crisis ends.

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Because the Yemeni people are in need of aid

Those who wish to contribute to supporting the Yemeni people can donate 5TL by texting YEMEN via SMS to 3072. Larger donations can be made via our online donations by visiting IHH’s website or via IHH’s bank account numbers by stating the code YEMEN.    

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