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Coronavirus, conflict, disaster, climate change… the list goes on. Distress wrapped up in different names. It all got me thinking about a group of people long ago, escaping through a wilderness, who started to be killed by venomous snakes. Fear. Panic. Loss. And then God told the people to look up. (Numbers 21)
March 2020 marks over five years of conflict in Yemen. While we all face the struggles associated with a world health crisis, 24 million Yemenis already needed aid and protection before coronavirus began to spread globally. The cost of a loaf of bread and a loo roll can help.
Particularly in this time of global distress over Coronavirus, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by fear and anxiety. But hope is not lost. There is no shame in needing mental health support. It’s got nothing to do with ‘mad’. It’s got to do with finding the strength to take on what can feel like a very lonely and frightening battle.