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Yemen Kasih-En-1069

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More than four years into the Yemeni civil war, the country is facing one of the world’s worst humanitarian disasters. Top of the list for many Yemeni civilians is their lack of access to clean, safe, usable water. Currently, the United Nations estimates that 14.5 million people in Yemen are affected, and with the ongoing conflict and drought, this is only going to get worse.
The shortages of water impact the daily lives of people in Yemen. Clean water is something that people in developed countries often take for granted. For millions in Yemen, clean water is inaccessible or simply too expensive. Over three million Yemenis have been forced from their homes by the conflict, and access to clean drinking water is one of their most critical and immediate needs.
The Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Project for the Al Zahra region aims to dig well for supplying water to mostly poor rural dwellers in the governorate. donate now for implementing this project and to save the life of the poor people in Yemen.
So we need your help to fulfill this effort.
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