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£69
£69 could provide a month’s supply of life-saving peanut paste to bring three severely malnourished children back to health. Credit: © UNICEF/UNI73816/Brekke £69 could provide a month’s supply of life-saving peanut paste to bring three severely malnourished children back to health.
£54
£54 could provide an emergency water and hygiene kit for two families affected by the crisis. Credit: © UNICEF £54 could provide an emergency water and hygiene kit for two families affected by the crisis.
£24
£24 could provide enough vaccines to protect 50 children against measles which is a life-threatening but preventable disease. Credit: © UNICEF/UNI103794/Lopez £24 could provide enough vaccines to protect 50 children against measles which is a life-threatening but preventable disease.
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£15
£15 could provide schoolbooks for a class of 50 children to help them continue their education in times of crisis. Credit: © UNICEF/UNI48521/Pirozzi £15 could provide schoolbooks for a class of 50 children to help them continue their education in times of crisis.
£12
£12 could provide enough vaccines to help keep 100 children safe from polio. Credit: © UNICEF/UNI187338/Yasin £12 could provide enough vaccines to help keep 100 children safe from polio.
£5
£5 could provide 1190 water purification tablets to help families purify water in emergency situations. Credit: © UNICEF £5 could provide 1190 water purification tablets to help families purify water in emergency situations.
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Nearly 10 million children are in danger in Yemen. Please donate now and help keep a child safe.

Yemen is facing a major humanitarian crisis. Four years of unrest – in addition to the current conflict – has left children and families in urgent need of food, water, medical supplies and safe places for children to learn and play. More than 80% of the population need humanitarian assistance and now 2.3 million people have been forced to flee their homes.

In the last year alone, an average of six children have been killed or injured every day. Nowhere in Yemen is safe for children. Even sleeping and playing are now dangerous.

As the fighting continues, the number of casualties is growing and many families are unable to access even the most basic services. 15.2 million people currently lack basic health care. Unicef estimates that in the last year nearly 10,000 children under 5 may have died from preventable diseases. Children face multiple health risks including malnutrition, measles, polio and acute diarrhoea.

We must act now to protect millions of children from the dangers of war, disease and hunger. 

How will my donation help children?

Unicef is on the ground in Yemen working round the clock to protect children. Since the start of the crisis, we 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.

With your help, we can provide long-term aid and ensure that displaced children do not miss out on an education. Through Unicef-supported schools and child-friendly spaces, children can continue lessons and receive psychosocial care and support to help them cope with the trauma of conflict. But we simply don't have enough funds to reach every child in danger. Your donation can help children in Yemen who need it most.

You can help us reach more children affected by the crisis in Yemen. Please donate today and help keep children safe in Yemen. 

For the first 12 months monthly donations made to this appeal will go to children affected by the Yemen conflict. After that they will go to our Children's Emergency Fund. In the unlikely event that the funds raised exceed Unicef's funding requirements for this appeal, your one off or monthly gift will also go to the Children's Emergency Fund.