Somalia is on the brink of a humanitarian crisis

Lack of rain has devastated vegetation and water supplies in Somalia. Hunger is soaring. More than half the country is in need of emergency aid to avoid starvation. According to recent estimates over 5 million people are displaced within Somalia. Over 3 million children are in need of urgent humanitarian assistance.

Unfortunately, whilst the conflict between government forces and non-state factors continues, the plight of people is becoming worse every day. Like any other conflict women, children, elderly and people with disabilities are the most at risk.

Somalia Crisis Appeal

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Shortage of Food in Somalia

Over the past few years, the crop harvest has been significantly lower than the previous years causing the food shortage in towns, cities, and villages.

Share the gift of food for just £1 a Day

Millions of people including children in Somalia don’t know where their next meal is going to come from. However, for just £1 a day you can help relieve the worries of a family in Somalia. This small donation can make a huge difference to the lives of people who would otherwise face malnutrition and in worst-case scenario death by hunger.

By sponsoring a food pack for Somalia, you can give a family the security of a meal for every single day of the month. Donate a food pack today and help us provide urgently needed food supplies to people facing starvation. At the same time, we should never forget our brothers and sisters in Duas. We ask Allah to make matters easy for the people of Somalia and make the country safe for future generations to thrive.

Key facts about Somalia Crisis

  • Extreme weather is impacting the lives of millions of people across the country
  • Internal conflicts have driven the country to the brink of disaster
  • Lack of medical facilities and proper treatments is killing thousands every day
  • People are leaving villages and towns and moving to cities causing them to become overcrowded
  • Somalia is hosting other refugees – yes, it is right. Somalia has over 40,000 refugees mostly from Yemen and Ethiopia
  • Like any other conflict women, children, and minorities are the most vulnerable in this crisis

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