Funded project

Cholera outbreak emergency

Yemen

This dangerous disease particularly affects children under the age of 15, which account for 25% of deaths. Every day, thousands of children with acute watery diarrhea come to health centers for treatment.

Funded thanks to:
  • Donors
  • Total raised
    100%raised
    • Nicequest clients 8.001€
  • Direct beneficiaries 1.170

    Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.

  • Indirect beneficiaries 3.000

    Those identifiable people who will potentially recieve an effect from the project's activities.

UNICEF

Budget

  • Others 8.000€
  • Total 8.000€
8.000€

Description

To the conflict that already threatens millions of children in Yemen, a dangerous outbreak of cholera is now linked. Health services, halved by the conflict, are on the verge of collapse and do not provide enough to meet the growing number of people suffering from this disease.

So far there have been 330.000 cases suspected of cholera. Yemen is facing a new health crisis that has left more than 1.700 deaths. Without a proper water and sanitation system, cholera is transmitted at high speed and without health centers or economic resources, it is not possible to face a health emergency like this.

UNICEF is working to deal with this outbreak of cholera, sending medical supplies and drinking water.

Activities

  • Provide drinking water and sanitation to the population.
  • Prevent new cholera infections among minors and the Yemeni population.
  • Promote hygienic practices among the population.

Who will benefit?

With your help, 1.170 Yemeni children will have access to safe water for a year to prevent further cholera infections.

Project objectives

To support treatment and prevention of the cholera outbreak in Yemen.

Transparency

UNICEF fully complies with the 9 Principles of Transparency and Good Practices analyzed by the Lealtad Foundation

Fundacion Lealtad

Updates & Links

This website uses cookies. If you continue browsing we will consider you have accepted their use . Obtain more information.