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Country Facts

  • Yemen is the poorest country per capita in the Middle East
  • Due to The Yemeni Civil War over half of the countries population are in need of humanitarian aid
  • 15.9 million people are food insecure
  • 14 million people lack adequate healthcare, and only 45% of health facilities are functioning
  • 3.3 million people are acutely malnourished

MedGlobal's Response

  • In 2019, officially registered in Yemen
  • Successfully carried out 3 Medical and Surgical missions
  • Treated over 2,500 patients
  • 20+ Surgeries Performed
  • Distributed containers of medications for chronic diseases in 5 different cities

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Yemen’s health sector faces major institutional challenges; less than half of Yemen’s health facilities are functioning, there is a severe shortage of medicines, healthcare access is difficult, and hospitals are short of doctors and medical staff. It has proven difficult for humanitarian organizations to provide aid to Yemen due to the lack of open routes and ongoing violence; local aid workers have been subject to abduction by Houthi rebels.

According to WHO Health Cluster analysis, the main causes of avoidable deaths in Yemen are communicable diseases, maternal, perinatal and nutritional conditions (together accounting for 50 per cent of mortality), and non-communicable diseases (39 per cent of mortality).


In September 2017, MedGlobal began working in Yemen to provide medical relief for those in need and support healthcare professionals and facilities overwhelmed with patients. To date, MedGlobal has sent three medical missions to Marib, Aden, and Aljawf where there were no other organizations present on the ground to address the immense health needs of the population. These medical missions treated 2,000 patients directly and an additional 60,000 with medications and supplies. Volunteers performed 22 surgeries and provided 8 training seminars for Yemeni healthcare professionals.

With millions still in need, MedGlobal’s work in Yemen is important now more than ever.


Medical and Surgical Missions coming in 2019

Due to our recent registration in Yemen MedGlobal will be establishing a committed program in Yemen to provide health care services to the millions of Yemenis people currently affected by the Civil War

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Your donations will plant a smile on a child, relieve the pain of a woman, reduce the stress of an elder, and help support those who have already suffered so much to breathe a little easier.
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