Your donations will go to Save The Children who will use it to help the over 20 million people suffering in Yemen.
Rise For Lives is a new youth-led movement that was started in New Zealand in July of this year. Our aim is to bring people together, to stand up for and promote peace worldwide. We are doing this by organising national peace walks and fundraisers for countries hit hard by or suffering from wars and basic Human Rights.
Currently, young people from across New Zealand are organising a national peace walk for Yemen as a part of 'Rise For Lives,' to take place on the 27th of February in 2021. We are also organising fundraisers across New Zealand to raise money to support the children in Yemen. Our own global youth voice resolution which is endorsed by the United Nations where youth led change and solutions will be presented to both the UN and other multilateral institutions around the world.
Yemen is suffering from the largest humanitarian crisis on the planet where more than half of its population are starving and have no access to clean, fresh water and basic life essentials. Malnutrition is a national difficulty that children are forced to go through due to the lack of food in their country. 28 million people are in need of humanitarian aid, 12 million of them being children.
Our goal is to create a world where no children have to suffer from unjust wars and conflicts.
Every child deserves to grow up and live in peace. It's our duty to speak for those whose voices aren't being heard!
Please help us save lives by donating to the Rise For Lives Give a Little page. Your donations will go to Save The Children who will use it to help the over 20 million people suffering in Yemen.
Let's unite to save lives!
We greatly appreciate your support.
Thank you for standing with us.
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The 'Rise for Lives Movement’ is looking to fundraise some money for Yemen who is currently suffering from the largest humanitarian crisis in the world where more than 24 million people are in need of humanitarian aid, including 12 million children.