Yemen Aid


The All Party Parliamentary Group on Yemen does not accept donations, nor does it handle donations to charities and organisations working in Yemen. Please see below information about those organisations which do provide aid and assistance in Yemen, and links to their relevant donations and campaign pages.

Care find long term solutions to poverty. Care support women and girls to overcome inequality and fulfil their potential.

Care started working in Yemen in 1993, focusing on relief and reconstruction in the wake of the civil war. Today Care run long-term projects to reduce poverty and promote social justice, as well as continuing to respond to humanitarian needs caused by ongoing political instability and conflict.
The International Rescue Committee people whose lives and livelihoods are shattered by conflict and disaster to survive, recover and regain control over their future.

The IRC and 11 other aid agencies have called on the Saudi-led coalition to lift restrictions on Yemeni airspace in order to allow for the reopening of the country’s main airport and to allow humanitarian flights to resume.
Oxfam is a global movement of millions of people who share the belief that, in a world rich in resources, poverty isn't inevitable.

Oxfam are delivering clean water to people in the north and south of the country and have reached more than 913,000 people with water, food vouchers, hygiene kits and other essential aid.
Islamic Relief are an independent non-governmental organisation (NGO) founded in the UK in 1984 by a group of concerned postgraduate students.


Islamic Relief is on the ground in 16 of the country’s 22 governorates, and we’ve launched an emergency appeal to save lives. For just £62 you can feed a family for one month.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare.

MSF was active in 11 hospitals and health centers in Yemen, and providing support to another 18 hospitals or health centers in eight governorates.
The work of the ICRC is based on the Geneva Conventions of 1949, their Additional Protocols, its Statutes – and those of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement

When the current conflict in Yemen started, the ICRC focused on saving lives by distributing medical supplies and training medical staff, providing food and household items for the displaced and ensuring the availability of clean drinking water.
The Ummah Welfare Trust is a UK-based international relief and development charity established in 2001. Inspired by the Islamic teachings of empathy, generosity and selflessness, the trust aims to alleviate poverty and suffering across the world.

Ummah Welfare Trust is today responding by supporting families displaced around San’a, the country’s capital, with dry food provisions.
Save the Children believes every child deserves a future. In the UK and around the world, we give children a healthy start in life, the opportunity to learn and protection from harm.

In Yemen, protecting children affected by war is our key concern. Save the Children emergency teams are working across the country, distributing food and cash transfers so families can afford to eat.
UNICEF work in 190 countries around the world so we can reach every child in danger. They provided 2.8 billion vaccines last year, to 1 in 3 of the world’s children.

UNICEF is on the ground in Yemen working round the clock to protect children. Since the start of the crisis, UNICEF have helped to provide more than 3.7 million people with clean water, vaccinated more than 4.6 million children against polio and reached more than four million children with life-saving food.
Mercy Corps alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people and build secure, productive and just communities.

We’re also tackling the hunger problem by promoting breastfeeding — a natural practice that conflicts with the traditional thinking in Yemen about new-born nutrition.
UNHCR dedicated staff work in 128 countries around the world, from major capitals to remote and often dangerous locations. Whenever refugees arrive, UNHCR work closely with governments to ensure the 1951 Refugee Convention is honoured.

In Yemen and across the region, UNHCR staff deliver life-saving assistance to millions who have been driven from their homes.
The World Food Programme is the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide.

The World Food Programme’s (WEP) Yemen response helps people affected by the conflict, by delivering emergency food assistance and organising logistic. In March, WFP reached a total of over 3 million people in 17 governorates with emergency food assistance.
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OCHA is the part of the United Nations Secretariat responsible for bringing together humanitarian actors to ensure a coherent response to emergencies.

OCHA's overall goal in Yemen is to ensure the delivery of effective and principled humanitarian action that meets the needs of the most vulnerable people. To achieve this, OCHA supports the Humanitarian Coordinator and humanitarian partners in operational coordination, humanitarian financing, public information, humanitarian analysis, advocacy and information management.
Human Appeal have been delivering aid and development programs that transform lives in the world’s poorest nations. They have helped others to smile when there’s little to smile about. That’s what makes us human. And it really is something to celebrate.

Human Appeal is working tirelessly in some of the poorest countries in the world like Yemen to help people escape the hardships of poverty, conflict and natural disasters Human Appeal continues saving lives amid worsening conflict in Yemen.
Saferworld is an independent international organisation working to prevent violent conflict and build safer lives.

During the current crisis, Saferworld is continuing to work with communities in Yemen who are affected by the conflict through our committed team and partners on the ground, as well as to raise the voice of Yemenis within international forums.