An urgent appeal for all Eritreans

Eritrean Relief Organization

An urgent appeal for all Eritreans

Everyone knows the non-human, miserable life situation that any Eritrean refugee in various neighbouring countries is leading as a result of his/her escape from the oppression and abuse of the regime. It is their legitimate right to ask us to alleviate their suffering and provide them with a better life conditions. As defeating of the dictatorship and scoring victory starts from the moment that we exert concerted efforts and stand together in the face of the repression machine that forced our people to leave their homes escaping the hell of the dictator to seek safe refuge to the unknown destinations suffering both hunger and disease.
The Global Eritreans Refugee Relief Commission calls upon all of you to provide relief to our country refugees in Yemen, more than 300 of whom are detained in Yemeni prisons not for any crime committed, except they entered that country seeking safe refuge escaping from the hell of the oppressive system at home. They are currently living under circumstances that lack the simplest health care and food provisions necessary as stipulated by international conventions on the rights of refugees all over the world.

The spread of an infectious TB epidemic has been noted that has so far affected 74 of the detainees, and if we do not urgently work together to pre-empt the disaster, death would be the inevitable fate that face them.
So we urge you all to extend a helping hand and relieve your people, where we are working to provide the necessary support to take them to health centres and provide medicine and food needed to stop the imminent death haunting them.
We are looking for your prompt response to send your generouse donations to the account of the headquarters of the Organization:

International Account: GB79MIDL40461341840185
Branch Identifier Code: MIDLGB2109P.

From UK
Sc 40-46-13
Acc 41840185

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