Help Yemen’s Children Survive The World’s Worst Humanitarian Crisis

A child like Meshal dies every 10 minutes from preventable causes in Yemen. You can help us make sure we don’t lose another in the next 10 minutes. The timer starts now…


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Registered Charity

Human Concern International (HCI) is a registered charity in Canada and 501(c)(3) in the U.S.

What would Rasulullah ﷺ do if he saw this image?

While Rasulullah ﷺ loved the entire Ummah, it is clear that Yemen had a special place in his heart. Countless times, he has reminded us to reflect upon the blessed land of Yemen and its noble people. In fact, Rasulullah ﷺ himself said:

’The best of men are the men of Yemen, belief is Yemeni and I am Yemeni…’

Yemen has been a hub for so much greatness in our Ummah’s history. It has produced some of the best scholars and some of the most wonderful people. There are two whole Surahs that are dedicated to this land, Surah Al Ahqaf and Al Saba. Even the very clothing that Rasulullah ﷺ wore was Yemeni.

Not only is Yemen important to the past and present of our Ummah, it is also important to our future:

Rasulullah ﷺ said:

They Need You More Than Ever

Yemen is the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. Over 12.4 million children in Yemen are in need of lifesaving aid to survive. 1 out of 3 children under the age of 5 (400,000) may starve to death if they do not receive urgent treatment. (UNICEF, 2021)

Countless children are fighting to survive hunger, while at the same time dealing with other crises such as: lack of clean water, disease outbreaks, bombings, and general safety away from soldiers.

It is no surprise that one child dies every 10 minutes from preventable causes (like hunger).

This is Meshal. He is only 4 years old and he is fighting malnutrition. As a result, Meshal is very skinny and his bones and ribs are bulging out of his body. On his fingers, there were wounds caused by him chewing them out of extreme hunger.

Meshal’s mother, Mariam, camps in a makeshift tent that is 20 miles from the nearest hospital. In order for her to get to the hospital to receive treatment and nourishment for her child, she has to walk the entire distance (almost 7 hours).

Meshal is just one of the 400,000 children that are one step away from dying of hunger if they do not urgently receive our help. We must ask ourselves,

Is it okay for you to ignore this group of people?

We get it, the politics are complicated and it may seem like there is too much history for us to understand.

But is it enough of an excuse for us to simply walk away and say: “Well, there’s too much in the political sphere of this that I can’t begin to grasp, therefore I’m not going to get involved in doing anything in regards to charity.”?

Whether or not you’re making a lot of money, is that really an excuse that we have to make before Him?

Do we really have the ability to walk away from this and say that sponsoring JUST 1 food basket for a child in Yemen is something that’s beyond our capacity?

They were in the duʿā of Rasulullah ﷺ even without their country and their people being ravaged the way that they are right now. They were in the concern of Rasulullah ﷺ.

Are they in our duā or our concern?

This is a call to connect yourself to the people of Yemen

Through our registered charity partner on the ground, Human Concern International, we have the opportunity today to take care of one child’s food and water, so at least they don’t have to worry about that as they try to survive the ongoing conflict.

By becoming a monthly donor, not only will you be connecting yourself to this child and putting your heart in the right place, but you will also be putting your monthly salary in the right place. On top of this, you will also get:

Barakah in your income

​Protection for you and your loved ones from harm and calamity

​Reward and protection for the afterlife

Rewards for following the sunnah of the Prophet ﷺ and his companions

Just as you are reminding yourself to pay for your kid’s school or their food, their drink, just like you have to pay our own electricity bills and make sure that you have access to clean water yourself, your family in Yemen will have access to these things as well.

Every month when you see that donation in your statement, you’ll picture this child in Yemen that YOU saved, and you’ll realize:

It’s not just growing your good deeds.

It’s expanding your own humanity.

It’s also expanding your own human capacity,

Which means that it’s expanding your Iman (Faith).

So let’s not stop supporting them, at least with their food and their water. Because it is a crime in today’s world -not just that bombs get dropped on the people who did nothing to deserve them, but it’s a crime in this world where there are so many resources that many millions of children can die because they don’t have access to basic food to survive.

That is a crime of which we are all complicit if we don’t do our part.

How You Can Help


Can provide 1 child with a Food & Water Package for a month


Could provide 1 child with a Food, Water, & Hygiene Package for a month


Could provide 1 child with a Food, Water, Hygiene and Medical Kit for a month


Could provide a family of 7 with a Food Package for a month


Could provide a family of 7 with a Food & Water Package for a month


Could provide a family of 7 with a Food, Water, & Hygiene Package for a month

How It Works

About Our Charity Partner

Founded in 1979, our registered charity partner, Human Concern International (HCI), has been providing aid to 40+ countries around the world for the past 40+ years. Endorsed by various scholars, politicians, and influencers, HCI is also a registered charity organization in Canada and the United States, and is recognized as the FIRST ever Muslim charity. HCI launches an average of 70+ projects annually, and to date, has been responsible for distributing more than $200,000,000 of aid globally.

We can’t afford to delay.

Over $1.2 million Delivered to Yemen in 2021

With the help of over 65,000 worldwide donors, our registered charity partner has been able to invest more than $1.2 million in Yemen in 2021 alone. This has helped us:

What Our Supporters Are Saying

Dr. Omar Suleiman

Sheikh Yasir Qadhi

Sh. Navaid Aziz

The Saleh Family

Hassan Wadi

Shoaib Akhtar

About MadinahGive

Similar to the community established by Rasulullah ﷺ in Madinah, MadinahGive is an organization dedicated to changing the world. We believe that the best way to make a difference and impact more people is by working together, which is why we help registered non-profits fundraise to reach their goals.

To date, we have helped raise more than $10 million to support many projects and initiatives, both local and global. This includes building masajid, supporting education programs and Islamic centres, and assisting in relief efforts to help provide relief to thousands of families surviving through crises across the world.


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Please visit this link if you can not donate the listed amounts but would still like to take care of Yemeni children’s food and water.

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