Today, the need in Yemen is even more urgent and desperate.


Thanks to your donations, the latest aid provision in Yemen was carried out in October and included food and water distribution, as well as school bags for children. Over 5000 needy people received support in that campaign. We have also been able to sponsor the basic living expenses of 100 Yemeni orphans until the end of June. Thank you for all of your generous support.

The next round of aid is aimed at the wide distribution of medicines to help relieve the symptoms of Dengue fever and Cholera especially in the hot climate of Hodeidah. These medical campaigns can be life - saving and we hope we can count on your support.


Yemen currently has the greatest level of humanitarian needs in the world.

  • 20 million people are in desperate need of assistance
  • 10 million are in need of assistance just to stay alive
  • Already there have been over 4500 deaths and 3 million people are displaced
  • 2 million children have no access to school
  • There has been an outbreak of an aggressive strain of Cholera with more than 800,000 suspected cases, with children particularly vulnerable. 4000 new cases of cholera reported daily. 50% of cases are children and 25% are under 5s


How will your donation reach Yemen?
Before dispatching any assistance, Welfare Aid meticulously ensures compliance with all relevant laws and regulations, both domestically and internationally. Every effort is made to ensure that all aid is sent through legal channels, guaranteeing that no laws are violated in the process. Through this rigorous adherence to legal protocols, Welfare Aid remains steadfast in its mission to alleviate suffering and provide much-needed support to those in need in Yemen.

WAI will send funds to World without Barriers (WWB) a registered charity in the United Kingdom. WWB has a team of volunteers in Yemen who will receive funds from WWB via secure and reliable channels and purchase supplies locally which they distribute to the people in most desperate need in Yemen.

What about the blockade?
While there is a blockade enforced on Yemen, there are still supplies within the country that can be purchased by volunteers and distributed to those most in need. While this is a limited relief effort, it is still effective and will save people's lives.

What will the funds be used for?
Urgent food and water supplies
Urgent medical needs
A small portion of funds will be used to support a school in Yemen, to allow children continuing access to education.

Who is WAI?
WAI is a fully compliant, DGR eligible Australian charity. Your donations are tax-deductible and we are a transparent charity meeting the ACNCs compliance requirements and reporting regularly to our donors. Donations to this project will be sent to WWB, a UK charity that is also fully compliant and registered in the UK.