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EAST AFRICA EMERGENCY FUND
Donate your Zakat & Sadaqah to the East Africa Emergency Relief Fund which will provide urgent ongoing Humanitarian Assistance & Relief to all those affected by Famine & War.
FOOD PACKS: £50
Each food pack costs £50 and feeds a family of 5 for one month, it contains foods such as barley, oats, lentils, powdered milk, flour, oil, sardines and other staples. Save lives today!
MEDICAL PACKS: £100
Severe food shortages have left millions living in desperate conditions needing urgent medical relief. Provide an emergency medical pack and health hygiene kit to one family.
WATER PACKS: £200
East Africa is currently experiencing the worst drought to hit the region in 60 years. Provide emergency life saving clean drinking water to a family of five for One Month.
East Africa is currently experiencing the worst drought to hit the region in 60 years. Families in South Sudan, Somalia, Kenya, and Ethiopia are currently being pushed to the brink of starvation– leaving them with no place to turn.
6.9 million children are malnourished and are at risk of death
Without urgent action an entire generation will be permanently physically and mentally impaired.
15 million children are struggling to get enough to eat
100,000 children will die of hunger this year unless they receive urgent humanitarian aid
25 million do not know where their next meal will come from
Millions of people in East Africa are experiencing chronic hunger and are starving to death
Famine In Africa
A severe drought has left more than twenty five million people across Ethiopia, Somalia, South Sudan, Kenya & Yemen facing food insecurity and six million children acutely malnourished. A further six million people have been displaced in search of water and pasture. This is the first time a famine has been declared in the area since 2010, when hundreds of thousands of people died of starvation. The humanitarian crisis is being exacerbated by the ongoing civil war in South Sudan which is hampering attempts to deliver urgently needed medical and food supplies and forcing refugees into countries already under extreme pressure from food and water shortages.