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Since 2015, the ongoing conflict in Yemen has led to the country’s rapid economic decline. Around 3.3 million people are internally displaced and 17.8 million are in desperate need of water and sanitation. As a result, Yemen now faces the world’s largest humanitarian crisis.

Our emergency intervention that Supporting vulnerable communities in Yemen is a continuation of previous work undertaken by our parent organization Islamic Relief. Our previous project in Al Soodah district had closed and with no other NGO to fill the gap, we intervened to ensure the sustainability of this hospital.

We equipped the surgical department of this hospital for a duration of three months to provide life-saving operations for residents in Al Soodah district. In total, we provided free surgical operations to a total of 932 patients. In addition, we also funded the salaries of two health specialists – one surgeon and one specialist anesthetist.

As a result, this project enabled us to improve the health of affected citizens and reduce both morbidity and mortality rates.

The difference between IWF and other organisations is that IWF will invest your donations and bring a sustainable return year on year and serve people indefinitely.

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