4th August 2021
  • The United Nations considers Yemen as one of the most humanitarian crisis in the world, where more than 10 million people face the risk of starvation, and the spread of deadly diseases such as cholera.This crisis is linked to the conflict, which requires the implementation of various relief projects aiming to alleviating the suffering and the damage caused by conflicts and contributing to early recovery.

    Our Goal

      • The program aims to alleviate the suffering and reduce the damages caused by the violence. Furthermore, BCFHD provides emergency relief support to the most severely affected families in order to avoid humanitarian disasters by providing urgent needs of food, shelter, health and water.
    • Projects of this program
      • Food relief for those affected.
      • Oxygen tubes for hospitals.
      • Distribution of clothes and blankets.
      • Management and coordination of camps for the displaced.
      • Financial assistance to the victims’ families.
      • Water trucking project.

      Number of project beneficiaries reached 322,440 individuals

  • The United Nations considers Yemen as one of the most humanitarian crisis in the world, where more than 10 million people face the risk of starvation, and the spread of deadly diseases such as cholera.This crisis is linked to the conflict, which requires the implementation of various relief projects aiming to alleviating the suffering and the damage caused by conflicts and contributing to early recovery.

    Our Goal

      • The program aims to alleviate the suffering and reduce the damages caused by the violence. Furthermore, BCFHD provides emergency relief support to the most severely affected families in order to avoid humanitarian disasters by providing urgent needs of food, shelter, health and water.
    • Projects of this program
      • Food relief for those affected.
      • Oxygen tubes for hospitals.
      • Distribution of clothes and blankets.
      • Management and coordination of camps for the displaced.
      • Financial assistance to the victims’ families.
      • Water trucking project.

      Number of project beneficiaries reached 322,440 individuals