In Ethiopia, 40,000 people remain displaced. Including 700 malnourished mother's and children.

In recent years, Ethiopia has suffered a series of devastating crises, compounded by the political instability and violent conflict across several regions, including Debra Birhan.  

Many people are living in overcrowded displacement camps, among them pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers who are in danger of becoming severely malnourished.

These women and their children have had to travel many miles, have seen horrific sights, suffered the loss of loved ones and been separated from their families and friends. The only option many have is to rely on the kindness of others; the staff and volunteers in the camp, and you.

Please make a gift today and help show these women that they are not alone.

Mothers & their babies being supported through emergency clinics

“I joined a group of people fleeing. The journey was very difficult. I saw horrific sights, mothers, girls and children being killed in front of our eyes. I was fortunate to escape with my little baby.”

Impact story

Safiya’s escape to safety

Across Ethiopia, conflict has displaced over 4.6 million people. Many of them mothers with young children, like Safiya and her baby. Safiya fled her home

How will my donation help?

Emergency clinics set up in the middle of the camps are providing essential food and medical care.

Our partner’s devoted team welcome women with reassurance and gentle care. They carry out health checks for mothers and babies, supporting their recovery with nutritious hot meals. 

Right now, we are working to reach

700 women and their children

who are in need of essential food and care.

Please donate today. Together we are making a difference.

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