A child dies every ten minutes in Yemen.

Many civilians face desperate conditions and struggle to survive as they search for safety, shelter and emergency aid. They are in even more desperate need of your help. Without urgent support to sustain food programs, millions of Yemenis will be closer to starvation. 

Many civilians face desperate conditions and struggle to survive as they search for safety, shelter and emergency aid. They are in even more desperate need of your help. Without urgent support to sustain food programs, millions of Yemenis will be closer to starvation. 

It is indeed Devastating to see the children of Yemen Dying Every day. Please donate generously as you seek laylatul qadr in these blessed nights and help save them.

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11 million people will end up without food assistance if we don't act soon.

6 years into an armed conflict that has killed over 18,400 civilians, Yemen remains the largest humanitarian crisis in the world.
Roughly 80 percent of Yemen’s population requires humanitarian aid, including over 12 million children. The aid operation is now on the brink due to severe funding shortfalls. Urgent funding is essential to avoid a sudden surge in people’s suffering. 
About 2.3 million children under the age of five currently suffer from acute malnutrition in Yemen, with 400,000 expected to suffer from life-threatening severe malnutrition in the coming months.
Yemen is experiencing the world’s worst food security crisis with 20.1 million people—that’s almost 66% of the population—requiring food assistance at the beginning of 2020.

The people of Yemen have lost their children, their homes, their livelihoods and their Hope.

The people of Yemen have lost their children, their homes, their livelihoods and their Hope.

"Food rations have been reduced"

“We eat only what we can get from aid agencies. Wheat, beans, and such items. If we don’t receive food, then some days we eat and other days we go hungry,”

“We adults, we have to be patient and go hungry to feed the children. If only you could see how sick I am because I only feed my children,”

“At this time of year, our children are supposed to be at school, but this is very difficult.”

“We are trapped between hunger and exhaustion. Look at the children,”

“When I’m pregnant I barely eat, just tea and bread … After I give birth it’s the same thing; we have no chicken or anything. All I pray for is to hug my child after giving birth"
real testimonials from people in yemen

WHAT IS HAPPENING IN YEMEN?

In addition to the protracted conflict, civilians in 
Yemen have been suffering from:

  Without urgent funding to sustain food and nutrition programmes for the next six months, 11 million people will end up closer to starvation.

 Millions more stand to lose access to other vital services, including essential health care, nutrition, shelter, cash assistance, education, and more.

- OCHA

another threat

The Current Global Health Crisis Has Made Things Exponentially Worse. 

Displaced people are already fighting for their lives because of conflicts and strife - and now, they're fighting against the uncontrolled spread of the virus.

another threat

The Current Global Health Crisis Has Made Things Exponentially Worse. 

Displaced people are already fighting for their lives because of conflicts and strife - and now, they're fighting against the uncontrolled spread of the virus.

help is running out

In 2020, international donors pledged about

$1.35 Billion US Dollars in humanitarian aid for Yemen.

In 2021---Only $600 Billion US Dollars was Pledged!

Which was a number that fell short of the $2.4 billion the UN agencies required to keep all its programs running in the country.

This lack of funding has led to the reduction or shutdown of more than one-third of the UN’s humanitarian programs in Yemen.

Yemen Is Close To Being Wiped Off  The Map If We Don’t Step In.
Aid Agencies Have Already Raised The Alarm, Warning That Funding Shortages Are Threatening To Cut Lifesaving Assistance For Millions Of vulnerable People Across Yemen.

Yemen is close to being wiped off 
the map if we don’t step in.
Aid agencies have already raised the alarm, warning that funding shortages are threatening to cut lifesaving assistance for millions of vulnerable people across Yemen.

what are we doing to help?

Through our partners, like UNHCR and Islamic Relief Canada, we provide life-saving aid to the civilians of Yemen - this includes those who have been displaced, as well as refugees and asylum-seekers.

what are we doing to help?

Through our partners, like UNHCR and Islamic Relief Canada, we provide life-saving aid to the civilians of Yemen - this includes those who have been displaced, as well as refugees and asylum-seekers.
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Together, We Are Providing Food, Cash Assistance, Emergency Shelter And Non-Food Items To Help Protect The People Of Yemen, And Refugees From Neighbouring Countries.

Together, we are Providing Food, Cash Assistance, emergency shelter and non-food items to help protect the people of Yemen, and refugees from neighbouring countries.

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We Are Supporting Health Facilities And Their Patients With Food, Medical Aid And Hygiene Supplies

we are Supporting health facilities and their patients with food, medical aid and hygiene supplies

We Are Also Distributing Basic Food Baskets To Individuals And Communities In Need.

we are also Distributing basic food baskets and hot meals, as well as providing cleaning drinking water to individuals and communities in need

Just $100 Can Help Provide Food To A Family.

Without urgent funding to sustain food and nutrition programmes for the next six months, 11 million people will end up closer to starvation.

Just $100 can provide food and clean water to a family for a month.

Without urgent funding to sustain food and nutrition programmes for the next six months, 11 million people will end up closer to starvation.

how it works

About Us

Humaniti is dedicated to saving lives and making a difference in Yemen. We are working hard to ensure that Yemen is not wiped off the map and the under-served are helped in whatever way possible. 

We are a Canadian nonprofit with a mission to change the world. We work collaboratively with a diverse set of stakeholders to offer hope and help break the cycles of poverty - and thus alleviate suffering amongst the most vulnerable locally and across the globe.

About Us

Humaniti is dedicated to saving lives and making a difference in Yemen. We are working hard to ensure that Yemen is not wiped off the map and the under-served are helped in whatever way possible. 

We are a nonprofit with a mission to change the world. We work collaboratively with a diverse set of stakeholders to offer hope and help break the cycles of poverty - and thus alleviate suffering amongst the most vulnerable locally and across the globe.

Our partners

The problem in Yemen is devastating - and we know that the only way we’ll be able to efficiently and effectively deliver the help they need is through working with a series of partners. And not just any partners - but the best of the best. Our partners have been on the ground in Yemen for several years and understand the problem first-hand. 

We have partnered with Islamic Relief, ICNA Relief, IDRF and the UNHCR to provide life-saving aid to the displaced people in Yemen, as well as refugees and asylum seekers. 
Together, we can make a difference.

Some of our supporters

GIVING LEVELS
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faq

About Indus Health Network

The Indus Health Network (IHN) provides quality healthcare absolutely free of cost to millions of deserving patients through its countrywide network of hospitals in Pakistan. Starting with only one hospital in Karachi in 2007, IHN is now managing multiple tertiary and secondary care Hospitals, Physical Rehabilitation Centers, Regional Blood Centers, Community Health Centers, and a Public Health Program spread across 52 districts of Pakistan.

Indus Hospital’s purpose is to provide indiscriminate, quality healthcare to all in a state-of-art hospital in Pakistan. IHN is a not-for-profit healthcare system that solely relies on public donations. To achieve its purpose, IHN is partnering with individuals, corporates, international donor agencies, educational institutions, international affiliations, and the provincial and federal government.

Is Friends of Indus Hospital and The Indus Hospital, Pakistan the same?

No, they are both different entities. The Indus Hospital is a hospital based in Korangi, Karachi which provides quality medical services free of cost to all irrespective of religion, caste, creed, age, gender and financial status.

On the other hand, Friends of Indus Hospital (FOIH) is a US-based 501(c) (3) registered charity which supports the efforts of Indus Health Network by raising awareness and generating funds from the communities across USA.

Does Indus Hospital charge any money from the patients?

No, the patients at the Indus Hospital are charged $0 for every visit and treatment.

What are the ways I can donate to Indus Hospital?

You can donate to the Indus Hospital in multiple ways including:
  • PayPal
  • Venmo
  • ​Zelle
  • ​Credit Card
  • ​Donate to our campaign
  • ​Feeling Blessed
  • ​Double your Donation/Matching Gift
  • ​Amazon Smile
  • ​Call us to Donate

Why support Indus Health Network

Since its inception, millions of patients have been treated at The Indus Hospital absolutely free of cost. This would not have been possible without the generous support of our donors. By supporting us you help us ensure that we have access to the latest equipment and up-to-date medical facilities for patient care; that we provide our healthcare professionals with latest professional development training; and opportunities for research and innovation endeavors.

Are these donations tax deductible?

Yes! Friends of Indus Hospital, Inc (FOIH) is a US-based 501(c)(3) registered charity, established to support the efforts of Indus Health Network in providing quality healthcare services Completely Free of Cost to under-served patients in Pakistan. All donations given to FOIH are eligible for tax deduction under US law

What is childhood cancer?

Childhood cancer (also called pediatric cancer) typically refers to a cancer that is found in children and teens, and sometimes young adults. It is not just one disease. There are many types, which can be found in different places throughout the body.

The most common cancer in children is leukemia, a type of blood cancer. Cancer can also occur in organs and tissues such as the lymph nodes (lymphoma), nervous system (brain tumors) and muscles, bone and skin (solid tumors).

Does cancer treatment save lives?

Cancer treatments do in fact regularly save lives. However, one of the challenges of a cancer diagnosis is the need for continued treatment making your support all the more necessary for those who have nowhere to turn.

Is my donation Zakat eligible?

Yes! Approximately 70% of our recipients are Zakat Eligible.

What is the average cost of cancer treatment?

You can cover the entire treatment for a child for $5000 USD!

How is my Zakat money spent? Who is it spent on?

The Zakat donations that we receive from our donors are distributed among Zakat eligible patients for whichever treatment they are receiving from Indus Health Network facilities.

What are your guidelines for distributing Zakat Donations?

The Indus Hospital provides quality care without any discrimination, free of cost through the support of your Zakat and Donations.

With the help of reputable Sharia Scholars, The Indus Hospital (TIH) has developed a criterion to ascertain if Zakat is applicable to a certain individual. Whenever a patient visits the Indus Hospital, he/she goes through the assessment with TIH’s welfare officer to determine if the patient is eligible for Zakat or not.

Once the recipient of Zakat is identified, their MR number is marked to signify that the patient’s treatment should be supported from Zakat account. The patient is requested to sign a declaration granting the Indus Hospital permission to collect Zakat on their behalf and to use that Zakat to sponsor the treatment of his/her and/or other patients or hospital requirements. Once the patient is discharged, hospital generates an internal bill and sends it to the Zakat Committee for settlement.