Respond to help people in Somalia
213,000 people are living with catastrophic hunger
Your donation will support our members and their partners on the ground who are responding by providing emergency food and nutrition assistance to children, men and women.
Somalia is experiencing another failed rainy season.
What does a failed rainy season mean? It means that small-scale farmers have crops that are stricken by drought instead of growing food. It means that pastoralists watch their herds wither and die, instead of providing a much-needed livelihood for their families.
With the severe drought, more than 1 million people have had to leave their homes to try and find a place that might provide access to food. With many families finding refuge in temporary settlements with only tents for shelter.
Our members and their partners are on the ground, responding by providing emergency food and nutrition assistance to children, men and women.
Partners such as Dr. Ali from Trócaire, who is seen here in this report from CBC talking about programs funded in part by Foodgrains Bank through our member Development & Peace.
Donate today to help people in Somalia.