May 25, 2022
Malnourished children receive food supplies in Sana’a from Mona Relief for the fifth round May 25th, 2022 21 families in Sana’a governorate approximate of (147) individuals received on May 25th from Mona Relief food aid supplies.
All targeted families have children who they are suffering from severe acute malnutrition. Our project aims to mitigate the malnutrition among women and children from the targeted groups. As well, will provided with WASH services and Health services .
The project will last for six months and to provide 126 food parcels on monthly pieces to 21 HHs during six months. The food kit consisted different kinds of food supplements as the flowing (10 Kg of wheat, 5 Kg of sugar, 5Kg of rice, 2 Kg of dates, 2 cans of oats, 3 cans of beans, 2 boxes of cheeses and one egg dish).
Our project was funded by an anonymous donor along with Mona Relief’s fundraising campaign in Patreon. As the poorest families could not get safe and sufficient food neither clean drinking water because of the decreasing economic situation of the Yemeni household in general.
Over 19 million individuals are suffering from the food insecurity and water insecurity too. Which, caused them a severe decrease in their health conditions. Due to the increasing in the food items prices most families couldn’t offered the basic needs of food to their children and others in the family.
Usually, 80% of the most vulnerable households feed their family only on male a day. Which affected the activism of these people. The malnutrition has alleviated the productivity of the family and their daily routines. Clean water issue is the main second reason of the wild speared of diseases and epidemics. Also, both women and children fetch water over their heads from far distances of about 100 meters in order to be able to get clean water suitable for drinking and household use. As a result of the lack of water tanks nearby in the area, it may lead to depriving the displaced families, the marginalized, the host community and the disable of their most basic rights in order to radiate a decent life. Though women and children bring water, the water brought isn’t clean or even fits the human use. #Yemen