Yemen Donate
Yemen Donate

Donate to
protect children
in Yemen


We are thankful for every gift. You can make even more of an difference with a smaller amount every month, supporting long-term projects and helping more children to grow up happy, healthy and safe.

Not this time

£15 could provide exercise books for a class of 37 children to help them continue their education in times of crisis.

£10 could provide life-saving therapeutic food for a child for a week.

Verenaisi Lakosi from Lawaki village in Tailevu Province, holds a water purification tablet that she uses to make tap water safe and sanitary to drink.

£5 could provide 1,786 water purification tablets to purify water in emergency situations.

Donate and protect children in Yemen

£66 could help protect vulnerable children from dangerous diseases through vaccine deliveries.

UNICEF’s family hygiene and dignity kit contain a bucket, washing powder, bars of soap, shampoo, tooth brushes, tooth paste, washable napkins among others. Photo by Kazutaka Sekine

£39 could provide a family with an emergency water and hygiene kit.

Saba being weighed at the health centre

£30 could provide life-saving therapeutic food for a child for three weeks.

Sorry, we can only process donations of £1 and above due to admin costs.

Sorry, the maximum value for setting up a monthly gift online is £1000. If you’d like to make a larger monthly gift please reach out to our Supporter Care team who will be able to assist you.

If you’re trying to make a one-off donation, please click on the “Single” button above.

12.9 million children in Yemen need your help

Yemen is facing one of world’s worst emergencies. The ongoing conflict has left children and families in urgent need of food, water and medical supplies. Currently, 3.2 million children are internally displaced. No place in Yemen is safe for children.

Any outbreak of diseases will place an even greater demand on medical staff and already scarce hospital resources such as gloves, soap and ventilators.

23.4 million people in Yemen require urgent support

More than 8 years of conflict has already pushed Yemen and its health system to the brink of collapse. Millions of children lack access to clean water and sanitation facilities and are in desperate need of basic healthcare. Malnutrition is also at an all-time high.

400,000 severely malnourished children are at a risk of death in Yemen.

We must act now to protect Yemen’s children from the dangers of war, disease and hunger. Just £10 could provide life-saving therapeutic food for a child for a week.

6 months old Somaia recovers from malnutrition after receiving health care at UNICEF led facilities in Yemen

Your donation can help us make sure that children in Yemen, like 6 months old Somaia, pictured, get the life-saving therapeutic food and vaccines that they need to survive.

How will my donation help children?

We are  working around the clock to protect children in Yemen.

With the help of supporters like you, in 2023 we plan to:

  • Help 2.5 million children and women access primary health care
  • Ensure 6 million women and children access gender-based violence mitigation, prevention, response
  • Reach 3.6 million people with critical safe drinking water and sanitation supplies

However, we simply don’t have enough funds to reach every child in danger. We need your help to continue to provide essential life-saving supplies for the children who need it the most.

Your support will also help to ensure that displaced children do not miss out on an education. Through UNICEF-supported schools and child-friendly spaces, children can continue their schooling and receive psychosocial care and support to help them cope with distress and trauma.

Donating by phone

If you’re in the UK and would prefer to make a donation by phone, you can call our dedicated donation line: 0300 330 5699.

For the first 6 months, monthly donations made to this appeal will go towards funding our work to support children affected by the Yemen conflict. After that, donations will go to support our work around the world. 


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Yahya and his family (pictured above) were displaced and are now in a camp for internally displaced people. In the camp, he has completed his secondary education and volunteers with UNICEF to alert others of the situation of displaced people throughout Yemen.