Gift of the Givers Yemen team distributes Food Parcels to 200 families in Taiz city where, due to war, more than 80% of the families had sort refuge.
- 200 x 50kg Bags of Rice
- 200 x 50kg Bags of Flour
- 400 x 2kg Bags of Flour
- 400 x 2lt Bottles of Cooking Oil
- 200 x 10kg Bags of Beans
- 200 Cartons of Tuna
- 200 Cartons of Biscuits
Total Project Value: R325 796.63
The Gift of the Givers Yemen team distributes baby milk, porridge, food and diapers to 88 babies in Taiz province.
Total Project Value: R88 334.00
The Gift of the Givers Yemen team distributes stationary and clothing to 650 students from 5 schools in Abs - Hajjah Province, on the border with Saudia Arabia. This area faces a big crisis because of the conflict over a year ago, however, the people still hope for a better tomorrow and keep learning even under trees.
- 70 Cartons of Pens
- 80 Cartons of Books
- 60 Cartons of Clothing
- 30 Cartons of Shoes
Gift of the Givers took 30 water tanks to the people of Sanaa. 300 families benefited from the clean drinking water.
Total Project Value: R14 670.6
Gift of the Givers Yemen branch distributes 2 625 x 50 kg Bags of Rice to IDP's in Aden province during the ceasefire making it possible to deliver aid.
Total Project Value: R1 059 486.02
The majority of social service centers in Yemen face an acute shortage of various materials. This is reflected in their service, leaving people to cope in living conditions that are way past poor.
Gift of the Givers is the largest donor to orphan care centers in Hodaida, Hajjah and Aden. Our aid has now reached 260 orphans plus a 60 member orphan care team in Sana›a.
- 320 Blankets
- 70 Cartons of
The GOTG team in Yemen distributed Foods, Clothing and Hygiene Packs to 180 families in Alwadi village, Hodaidah Province. People there face a hunger crisis between November and February each year as they are unable to fish due to Winter.
- 180 x 50kg Bags of Rice
- 540 Bottles of Cooking Oil
- 60 Cartons of Clothing and Shoes
- 180 Cartons of Baked Beans
- 180 Blankets
- 180 Hygiene
Our office in Yemen decided to intervene and assist in locating the South African hostages following the extensive coverage in the Yemen media two weeks ago. Anas al-Hamati, Gift of the Givers Yemen project manager, contacted the Yemeni president's office and the foreign ministry and has been granted full co-operation by these and all government institutions given our extensive humanitarian