provide the medical providers with Basic Personal Protective Equipment
Pure Hands moves quickly and supported hospital and medical centers in Yemen to combat COVID19 by donating face masks, gloves and many other supplies and equipment.
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Pure Hands 2019 Impact report
In the face of the urgent humanitarian crisis, Pure Hands, with the support of generous and kind donors, has committed its efforts to provide immediate help to the people who need it in Yemen. In 2019 alone, Pure Hands delivered food, clean water, and medicine to more than 1 Million beneficiaries across Yemen. Your support and generosity made that possible.
WHO WE ARE
Pure Hands is a U.S. based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that delivers humanitarian aid to those in need in Yemen. Pure Hands intervention focuses on alleviating poverty, providing economic opportunities, and delivering emergency relief.
Pure Hands was established in 2012 in the United States operating through offices across the U.S., in Texas, New York, California, and Michigan. Pure Hands delivers its relief programs through two field offices in Yemen; Sana’a and Aden.
Pure Hands has played a substantial role in providing various programs to many people in different areas; including Food Security, Health, Livelihood, WASH, Protection, Capacity Building, Reconstruction, and Seasonal Projects. To improve the lives of the millions of Yemenis devastated by the crisis in Yemen, Pure Hands provides access to basic life needs such as food, water, and medicine.
Annual Report 2018
Yemen’s Humanitarian Crisis.
The devastating conflict in Yemen, now in its fifth year, has created the worst humanitarian crisis in the world and led to a dire situation where nearly 80% of the 30 million Yemeni population requires some form of humanitarian assistance and protection.