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 Amal fond is a non-profit organization, focused on supporting Doctors without Borders and their missions in Yemen. 

This country on the southern end of the Arabian peninsula is home to a population of almost 31 million, and has been undergoing a civil war since 2014. This has resulted in the largest humanitarian crisis in the world. It is difficult to imagine that in the 21st century there is a place where thousands of people die of starvation. This situation has been escalated following the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Up to 19 million individuals in Yemen are at risk of famine. 2.3 million Yemeni children under the age of five are suffering of malnutrition, and around 400 000 of them are at suffering with severe malnutrition, and are consequently at risk of death. There is a lack of medication supply to the people of Yemen, and so they are dying of conditions such as cholera or diphtheria. 

As part of their mission, doctors of MSF are able to intervene by providing necessities such as rehydration infusions for as little as 150czk. Only 420czk can provide a prosthetic arm for a child. 500czk is the price of cleaning water for 20 families. And 50 000czk in Yemen can ensure nourishment for 115 children for two weeks. The situation in this part of the world unfortunately doesn't have sufficient attention of western media and the public. Amal fond was established by four friends, who are not indifferent to the fate of the people of Yemen, especially due to one of us growing up in the country. This organization came to life following the success of the charity auction Wings of Art in January 2020 which showcased artwork from students of multiple international schools as well as professional artists. We are grateful for their support and enthusiasm to participate in future events.

Funds raised in past years:

Wings of Art 2020 - 241 891 czk
Under the Sea 2021 - 160 405 czk
Ordinary Live 2022 - 255 221 czk

See how these donations helped MSF on their website!

Médecins Sans Frontières website.

 Amal means hope and we aspire to give hope to the less fortunate.

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