Give the gift of possibility this Ramadan.


After two years of COVID-19 restrictions, it's finally possible to come together and celebrate this Holy Month. But as we celebrate, it is important to reflect and think of those who are less fortunate than us and struggle to put food on their tables. This Ramadan, you can help children at risk of starving, like one in every two Yemeni children.

Every day children in Yemen are struggling to survive the triple threat of bombs, starvation and disease. Over seven years of conflict and severe economic decline has left Yemen on the brink of famine. Two-thirds of the population are in need of humanitarian assistance.

When we first met Noor*, she was 4 months old and was suffering from malnutrition. Her mother Safiya* told us, “I thought I was going to have to bury her. She was just skin and bone." No mother should carry that worry.

But your Sadaqah can make a difference. By donating today, you can help children in Yemen get the food, nutrition and medicine they need.

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Your Sadaqah donation will help protect children living through conflict and fighting hunger.

Noor’s mother, Safiya, brought her to a Save the Children clinic seven months ago where she was treated for malnutrition. Safiya said, "now she [Noor] babbles, plays and she can say mama too."

Noor survived malnutrition, but many children won't. Will you help them? With your Sadaqah donation, we can reach children like Noor and provide them with the services they need to not only survive but thrive.

Every child, no matter who they are or where they come from, has a right to have food to eat, a home to feel safe and a school to learn. Yemeni children need your support more than ever. Don’t let them suffer a lifetime of war.

Your donation today could save lives.

With your support, we can help millions of children in their darkest hour.

The needs are huge, but so is our determination to reach every last child in crisis.