Desperate and hungry, 52,000 South Sudanese refugees crossed into Uganda- more than 85 percent of them women and children, including Esther and her seven children.
As food shortages start to affect refugee camps in South Sudan, it is the youngest who are suffering most.
Refugees need a way to transport and store safe, clean water for drinking, cooking, cleaning and bathing. You can provide jerry cans, a simple yet profoundly effective tool to safeguard a vulnerable family's health, wellbeing and dignity.
Help refugees rebuild their lives. You can provide families with seeds and gardening tools, which they can use to grow food both to feed themselves and generate income for other basic necessities.
Approximately 20 million people in Yemen, Nigeria, South Sudan and Somalia are at immediate risk of famine. But what exactly is famine and how can we stop it?
Children who flee often don’t eat for days on end and arrive to camps malnourished. You can provide a supply of therapeutic food and help a severely malnourished refugee child recover.
Risk of death to people in the Horn of Africa, Yemen and Nigeria is growing because of drought, escalating violence and funding shortfalls.
Without enough to eat, a child can’t concentrate in school and will soon fall behind. Fund a garden in a school and provide refugee children with the nutritious food they need to excel.