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Humanitarian Crisis in Yemen

Humanitarian Risks in Yemen Yemen is facing an acute humanitarian crisis that has killed and injured over 18,400 civilians due to seven years of war and destruction. According to I.R.C. economic recovery and development manager Ebtihal Ghanem, “Yemen is still one of the largest humanitarian crises in the world. More than half of Yemen’s population […]

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How Long Has Yemen Been in Poverty

Poverty Rate in Yemen Yemen is the second poorest country in the Middle East and North Africa region. The poverty rate in Yemen is one of the highest in the world. The United Nations Development Program estimates that (55%) of Yemen’s population lives below the poverty line, and (18.4%) lives in extreme poverty. Poverty rates […]

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Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH)

WASH Project Growing up in a clean and safe environment is the right of every child. Access to clean water, simple toilets, and good hygiene practices ensure that children thrive and give them a healthier start in life. Although COVID-19 highlights the importance of hand hygiene in preventing the spread of disease, three billion people worldwide, […]

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Benefits and Challenges of Cash for Work

Cash for Work – CFW Cash Work is used by humanitarian organizations, and here we will talk about its benefits, challenges, and programs. Definition of the Cash for Work program Cash for Work (CfW) is a short-term intervention used by humanitarian organizations to provide temporary employment in public projects (such as repairing roads, cleaning camps […]

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Education in Yemen

Education Situation in Yemen Yemen is facing a severe education crisis, with the number of children going through disruptions to their learning could rise to 6 million—leading to tremendous long-term consequences for children. Since the beginning of the conflict in March 2015, attacks on school children, teachers, and education infrastructure are having a devastating impact […]

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Humanitarian Situation North-West Syria Overview

Priority Needs for Residents and Displaced The Syrian conflict has been catastrophic and has caused a massive humanitarian crisis. According to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (U.N.H.C.R), nearly five million people have fled their homes, while an additional 6.6 million are internally displaced. This means that over half of Syria’s pre-war population has been […]

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Charity in Islam – The Different Types

Zakat in Islam Zakat is a well-known Islamic finance term and one of the Five Pillars of Islam. It is regarded as a form of worship, and it is a mandatory process for Muslims. Zakat is a certain proportion of wealth made to purify all wealth held above the Nisab threshold value, which Muslims are […]

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Health Status in Yemen

Health System in Yemen The health system in Yemen is currently suffering from the consequences of prolonged and ongoing armed conflict, which led Yemen to economic decline, health system, and institutional collapse. The availability of functioning health infrastructures, such as hospitals and primary care centers, has dwindled under the weight of conflict. A significant share […]

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Yemen is on the Brink of Famine

Yemen is a Starving Country The conflict and economic decline have left millions of families facing hunger and struggling to find enough food to get through the day.  Over five million people in Yemen are on the brink of famine. The current hunger level in Yemen is unprecedented, and it is causing severe hardship for […]

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