Famine occurs when hunger and lack of food are so severe that people are dying because of it. The poor across Asia, Africa and The Middle East have almost no access to food, causing starvation and malnutrition. Famine occurs due to crop failure, drought and prolonged armed conflict - these that occur daily in Yemen, East Africa and Bangladesh.
Yemen- over 2.3 million children under the age of five are at risk of starving to death.
South Sudan- 7.2 million South Sudanese are pushed into severe food insecurity due to floods.
Ethiopia- food shortages are so severe that they are declared to be at the lowest stage of Famine.
Rohingya Camps - children refugees are suffering from severe acute malnutrition.
By donating a Family Food Pack for £50, you’ll feed a family of five and donate staple food items needed for sustenance and health.
19 million children face extreme hunger
“World facing the greatest humanitarian crisis since World War 2.”
show signs of acute malnutrition
41 million people globally are at imminent risk of famine. Make a difference and feed families across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
Increase risk of miscarriage and stillbirth
Women and girls have no energy to look after families
Babies have underdeveloped brains
Increased risk of infection
Mental health declines
Growth failure occur in children
“A man is not a believer who fills his stomach while his neighbour is hungry.”
Prophet Muhammad (saw)
You can help fight Famine and save the lives of the most vulnerable and needy.
Gain rewards and help provide food for those suffering from extreme starvation in Yemen, South Sudan, Ethiopia, and Rohingya Camps.