Somalia is facing a crisis. According to the WHO, more than 6 million people (that’s 50% of Somalia’s population) require urgent humanitarian relief services. Around 3 million Somalis, on an average, go hungry. If these numbers are alarming, consider the further problems this war-torn country faces. More than 363,000 children are acutely malnourished and 70,000 of these severely so, are in need of urgent, life saving support. The Southern Sudan famine has afflicted Somalia the most, as the African country faces hunger and widespread famine on account of a drought.
Imagine going without food and water for days at an end. Imagine a world torn apart by conflict and destruction. Imagine the poverty that children and women in Somalia face and you will still fall short of understanding how grave the situation here is. Australians now have a chance to generously donate for the welfare of Somalians with SomAus Help, a charitable organization registered with the Australian Charities and Not-For-Profits Commission.
Helping people who have lost livestock and livelihoods, SomAus Help provides water, well construction, shelter, medical relief and more to this war ravaged, drought ridden nation. Failed crop seasons means people here cannot even grow their own food. Now SomAus Help is here to make the difference in ways that count. Donate to the cause and support SomAus Help in its endeavor to aid Somalia’s poor and famine stricken combat difficult circumstances and a life ravaged by hunger, drought, and violence.
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