Somalia is facing a catastrophic situation, the drought and rising living costs are threatening the lives of more than 6 million people in Somalia facing food shortages and skyrocketing prices.
the drought caused widespread hunger, and the shortage of clean water has resulted in cholera. International support to alleviate Somalia’s worsening hunger crisis is extremely required.
During 2011 under similar circumstances, an estimated 260,000 people starved to death in Somalia after a slow response from donors and international agencies. Humanitarian organisations in Somalia cautioned there was a “small window” to stop a repeat of the 2011 famine.
According to our office in Somalia, within the last 48 hours, 110 people died of hunger and thirst in the province of Bai, south of Somalia. 944,000 children are acutely malnourished.
Human Appeal Australia has deployed staff and volunteers in Somalia to take an instant action.
We call for an immediate and massive’ reaction on Somalia famine to avert catastrophe.
Save the children of Somalia and Help us protect lives.
How to donate:
$50 provides a food parcel to support a family
$100 provides clean drinking water for 250 people
$250 can feed 100 malnourished people for a day
$1,750 can provide a mobile clinic to supply medical services and medicine to 500 patients