Armed conflict in Yemen is now entering its 5th year, and has killed more than 100,000 people. The humanitarian crisis in the country is made worse by the outbreak of cholera, famine and malnutrition.
UN Secretary General reported, there are 3.3 million Yemen citizens who lost their homes due to the prolonged war there. In total, 14 million Yemen residents are in dire need of humanitarian assistance from other countries to be able to survive each day.
The living conditions of the population of Yemen, especially children, are getting worse day by day. In tense conditions where firearms fighting or airstrikes can break out at any time, access to food sources and even basic health services is very difficult to find.
In respond to the crisis, since 2016 ACT Foundation has distributed humanitarian assistance in the form of family food packages, free health services, and nutrition for Yemeni children and families. In 2019 alone, no less than 19,000 souls have received the mandate of assistance from Indonesian citizens.
Now, ACT invites generous people from all around the world to participate in distributing food packages which consist of sugar, flour, cooking oil, rice, and peanut for Yemeni families.