Have you heard about the civil war raging in Yemen today?

More than 8,000 people have been killed since the conflict escalated in March 2015. More than 2.5 million people have been displaced internally. Four in five people are in need of some form of aid to survive, according to the UN.

On the whole, the plight of Yemen never makes it to the top of the news agenda. But the poorest nation in the Arab world remains precariously locked in an armed conflict between rebel troops and government forces backed by a Gulf Arab coalition.

Please give to the Yemen appeal

We’ve identified believers in Yemen, like Miriam, who are making a difference, and with extra resources they could help thousands of people devastated by this tragic war. Please give to the YEMEN APPEAL today and help meet urgent physical and spiritual needs.  Any amount you give will empower believers to continue reaching out practically with the love of Christ in these desperate times.

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Untold suffering

Water has long been a scare resource in Yemen. The fierce ongoing conflict is making matters even worse. Air strikes and blockades mean that not only water, but food and medical supplies can be hard and dangerous to access. Out of Yemen’s 26 million population, more than 21 million people are in need of humanitarian aid.

Our house is in one of the hardest hit areas in the city. Close double quote markWe fled the area and have been displaced with a lot of other families. We are having a hard time living in a strange place where we don’t know anyone. It really encouraged me when I was able to go and fellowship with believers I was put in touch with in another area.
Miriam*, Yemeni believer and outreach volunteer

Unshakeable faith

We have an opportunity to bring some relief, in and through the family of believers already on the ground in Yemen. We dare to believe that the Body of Christ can make a difference even in the most desperate crisis.

Miriam found hope in the midst of crisis through a food and water programme run by our mission partner. She is now on the follow-up team, meeting displaced families and discipling those who have come to faith.





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