London (News reporter) According to United nation’s guidelines Al-Mustafa Welfare Trust has started its food distribution Project the year 2020 for the more than 46,660 refuges families who have been internally displaced in Yemen since the beginning of this year. The UN has warned that three-quarters of the aid programmes backed by its agencies in war-ravaged Yemen will have to shutter in weeks without more funding, even as both COVID-19 and cholera continue to spread in the country facing the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
Al-Mustafa Welfare Trusts teams at the spot in Yemen witnessed that IDPs situation is so pity and they need immediate help from us and other world for keep their lives. According to IOMs 16 June Displacement Tracking Matrix (DTM). The IOM/DTM for June reported the highest numbers of displaced households in Hajjah (17,484 families), followed by Al Dhales (8,848 families) and Al Hudaydah (8,031 families). These displacements were a result of the on-going intense fighting and flash floods.
AMWT understand that there are some alarming facts & figures of refuges 24.1 million people in need 14.4 million in need of protection assistance 3.65 million Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and 1.28 million returnees more than 80 per cent of IDPs have been displaced for over a year 274,478 refugees and asylum-seekers
The United Nations has warned that three-quarters of the aid programmes backed by its agencies in war-ravaged Yemen will have to shutter in weeks without more funding, even as both COVID-19 and cholera continue to spread in the country facing the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.
Yemen’s long-running conflict mainly pits Houthi rebels against a pro-government camp supported by a military coalition led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The fighting has left some 24 million Yemenis – more than two-thirds of the population – to rely on some form of aid.
Meanwhile, some 137,000 cases of cholera and diarrhoea have been recorded this year, nearly a quarter of them in children below five, our sources confirm.
Al Mustafa Welfare Trust has always answered the call for help whenever there is a humanitarian crisis anywhere in the world. On this occasion, AMWT organised to join hands with a local charity working in Yemen, Onsur.
Chairman of AMWT Abdulrazzaq Sajid has said, Alhamdulillah, we were able to distribute family food packs amongst 1500 IDP families living in makeshift camps. With 5-6 persons per family on an average, were able to help around 30,000 individuals as well. In a situation where people do not know where to provide the next meal for their families, a food pack that would last a family a month is a gift more precious than any other. He added that During the past four years of intense conflict between Government forces and Houthi rebels have left tens of thousands dead or injured including at least 17,700 civilians as verified by the UN.