In times of emergencies your support helps HRT Relief precious lives.
ER Overview :
ER is the provision of financial or material assistance to people who affected by the conflict and caught up in extraordinary life-threatening situation and facing financial crisis. Some vulnerable access ER to help them through a ‘one-off’ episode; while for others ER becomes part of their solution to dealing with ongoing financial disadvantage. The aim of ER is to assist people experiencing financial crisis in a way that maintains dignity and encourages self-reliance.
Assistance usually comprises:
The provision of financial or material aid to meet an immediate need – this may include cash assistance, assistance with paying utility bills, food vouchers, food parcels, clothing or household goods; and Information and referrals that may help to resolve the underlying problems experienced by the affected person – for example a referral to a financial counselor. This is not always possible and beneficiary may choose not to take up the referral option.
Research and the experiences of social services are constantly improving our understanding about the reasons for poverty and disadvantage. For example, ER providers also record the reasons for beneficiary’s’ difficulties in data collected. In response and with peoples’ permission, they often attempt to initiate longer-term solutions to these problems. In addition, ER providers can play a vital role in informing policy makers about the root causes of poverty and social exclusion through advocacy, the appropriate use of data and referral systems, and local, regional, state and national networks.
HRT Types of ER :
HRT main types of ER, whether we offer one or more types of relief.
- Food: parcels or single items.
- Water and sanitation : access to clean water
- Vouchers or gift cards: for example for a local supermarket, often with certain restrictions or exclusions such basic needs for a leaving.
- Material aid – NFI: Kitchen kit, clothes, bedding, household items.
- Cash: either direct or in the form of programs. This is becoming a more common form of ER as a result of war and conflicts access challenging’s security measures.
- Health facilities support, medication assistance, mobile clinic, public health community awareness.
Major groups of people at risk of disadvantage in Yemen.
In times of emergencies People may need ER because they have insufficient income or resources to meet their basic needs; are experiencing multiple deprivation; have a disability, mental health condition or addiction issues; or are financially stressed.
The extent of insufficient income, multiple deprivation and financial stress in Yemen is due to current conflict that caused a lot to say besides what still continuously matter, labor market and social institutions, as well as to the poverty .
Escalating living costs combined with the insufficient creation of secure long-term, full-time jobs has had a huge effect on the extent of poverty and disadvantage. In addition, more people in the working-age population have limited education and work experience or a disability. Increased housing costs, poor access to services and living in disadvantaged communities and localities also contribute to poverty and disadvantage in Yemen.