Your donation will help give children in Laos the healthy, nutritious meals and clean, safe water they need to fuel their childhoods.
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.
Your donation will provide emergency food and water assistance to malnourished children in Turkana County, Kenya.
Your donation will help children where it is needed most.
Project Humanity funds help us react quickly in a crisis, to respond to children’s changing needs with emergency shelter, food and clean water.
Access to clean water can help protect children from diseases like diarrhoea, which is the third leading cause of death in children under 5 years of age.
With increased access to maternal health care, vaccinations and nutrition programs, we are helping children survive their first 1,000 days of life.
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We delivered over 45,000kgs of food, across two provinces, helping 5,000 families rebuild their lives.
We responded with over 32,575 food items, and established 14 child-centered spaces.
We distributed water filtration kits to 15 schools, reaching 3,500 children as well as provided 100 families with chicks, feed and seedlings.
We responded with hygiene kits, bedding kits and warm clothing for children and families impacted by the crisis and on the move in Europe.
We provided support and shelter for children at risk or left without care during the crisis, and reunited families once the danger had passed.
We helped to rebuild homes in 7 communities and installed 21 water systems in the aftermath of the devastating cyclone.
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