Hungry children in Somalia are receiving life-saving food. Women in Yemen are receiving treatment for cholera. Families fleeing conflict in South Sudan have access to shelter and safe drinking water.
Humanitarian aid is reaching hundreds of thousands of people affected by drought and conflict in parts of Africa and Yemen.
Famine is being pushed back, but it doesn’t mean the there is no longer a humanitarian crisis. There are still more than 20 million people in six countries who are facing severe malnutrition. Without help, famine could easily return, and affect more people.
Immediate action saves lives and thanks to your help, we’ve been able to slow down famine. But in order to continue saving lives, international assistance and action is still required.