❗️In Yemen 70% of the population is suffering from food insecurity and malnutrition. 🔵 Together with our partner Caritas Polska we delivered food baskets to 100 pregnant women, patients the Imran Health Facility. The clinic also received infant formula for babies who are less than six months old. We want to prevent malnutrition and support breastfeeding mothers. Our actions are possible thanks to your support!
❕Women and girls are usually much more vulnerable to the effects of humanitarian crises. Crises affect their life expectancy, access to education, reproductive health, livelihoods, and experience gender-based violence....
💦 In Iraq, we provide access to water in camps for internally displaced persons. Water quality is monitored daily by local employees who have been trained in this area. This way, we can be sure that the water we provide is clean and safe, and employed, local people can earn a living and gain new skills. Project in cooperation with EU Civil Protection & Humanitarian Aid - ECHO
🔷 Packages with food and hygiene products were delivered to another 190 elderly people and people with disabilities, residents of villages in Donbass in Ukraine. Because public transport in frontline areas now completely stopped many people were cut off from the world and their financial situation is very difficult. Thank you for your donations that make our work possible! And big thank you to our Ukrainian team for hard work distributing packages. 💙💪
💬 „Here in Yemen we will facing this pandemic with minimum capacity. The majority of health facilities are not functioning and the other are not preparing for reception of coronavirus patients. Therefore, we focus on increasing people's awareness and we ensure to follow all protection protocol to protect ourselves and our families” – said dr. Ahmed Awad Abdoh, GP at a Yemeni clinic....
🔵 Fear and anxiety about a disease can be overwhelming especially for older and lonley people who have limited access to information. 👵🧓 In Ukraine we provide psychological support for the elderly living near the front lines. Our social workers call the people we help, to explain what's happening , how to protect themselves and try to cheer them up. Their work is extremely important.
🔴 With many healthcare facilities destroyed by airstrikes and shelling, and with a severe lack of healthcare workers, the country’s healthcare system has been all but decimated. ⬇️ Rafał Grzelewski talks about our activities related to the prevention of the spread of the coronavirus.
❌ In Somalia less than 20% of health facilities have the required equipment and supplies to manage epidemics. Therefore, it is imperative to prevent the further spread of the coronavirus. What we do: ✅ hygiene training ✅ increasing access to clean water ✅ distribution of soap and hygiene products Find out more ➡️ https://www.pah.org.pl/en/coronavirus/
🔴 In Ukraine, senior citizens living near the front line are particularly vulnerable. they often live alone, almost all of them struggle with chronic diseases which means that becoming infected with the coronavirus could be fatal for them. Moreover, food prices in eastern Ukraine are rising dramatically. ✅ We will provide food kits for those most in need. Watch the video to find out more about our activities 👇