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Displaced Yemenis need our help
UNHCR is on the ground aiding Yemeni refugees, but resources are stretched too thin. Your gift will offer hope for a safe future.
Despite challenging circumstances, the UN Refugee Agency is on the ground delivering lifesaving support to millions of displaced Yemenis as well as to refugees and asylum-seekers across the country. UNHCR is the only international agency on the ground offering direct assistance and protection to Yemenis who have been forced to flee.
Protection and food security remain top priorities. UNHCR is helping displaced Yemeni families meet their basic needs through the provision of shelter, cash assistance, registration services and legal aid. The cash-assistance program reaches more than one million people every year.
UNHCR is also offering specialized relief items to address specific needs of displaced communities, including mattresses, sleeping mats, kitchen items, buckets, core household products and kits to address bomb damage to homes.
Somali refugee family sits near their shelter in Kharaz refugee camp, Yemen.
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