More than 655,000 Rohingya people have fled a humanitarian crisis in Myanmar. Without emergency aid, thousands of lives are at risk, particularly children who are most vulnerable to disease, exploitation and abuse.
Two thirds of child deaths in Timor-Leste occur in the first year of life. Help children survive their first birthday by donating today.
To provide food for her brother and sister, Phhoung collects and sells cow dung. It’s heavy, dirty, dusty, hot, tiring work. Your gift today can help fund education programs to help keep children like Phhoung in school.
Your donation will provide emergency food and water assistance to malnourished children in Turkana County, Kenya.
1 in 4 children in Myanmar will not finish primary school. Just $28 can send children from the most disadvantaged slums in Myanmar to school.
Our Project Humanity partners ensure that we can respond immediately to children in crisis or humanitarian emergencies. Together we are providing help when and where it is needed most.
“My daughter is weak; she’s losing weight… I have no food. My child is starving.”
The United Nations has declared this the worst humanitarian crisis since WW2.
“We’re in a state of mourning…This porridge will last us the day, no longer. If a neighbour helps me again, we’ll eat. If not, we won’t eat…It’s the same for everyone here. Everyone’s got problems.”
Gumato, Turkana County
“It doesn’t feel good…there’s not enough food, but we’re getting some rations at the Early Childhood Development centres…my family has lost a lot of sheep and goats in the drought.”
Boru, 9 years old.
90% of your donation will go directly to children and families in Kenya. Our emergency response is providing food and clean water to children under the age of five and pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.
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