After years of war in Yemen forced Bodor Ali Muhammad Abdullah al-Jabri to flee her home along with her husband and two girls, she became pregnant with her third child. Living in a displacement camp, she worried whether the delivery would be safe.
Luckily, there was a solution. IRC teams in Yemen are providing lifesaving emergency aid, medical care, clean water, education, and women’s protection to millions in the country. An IRC midwife was there to help Bodor and she gave birth to a healthy baby girl. She decided to call her Enqath, which means “Rescue” in Arabic.
Every child deserves to be safe and healthy. You can donate to help the IRC serve more children like Enqath here.