Today, famine is gripping parts of South Sudan, while areas of Somalia, Kenya, and Ethiopia are on the brink of a catastrophe. In South Sudan, more than 50 percent of the population needs life-saving assistance. In Somalia, Kenya, and Ethiopia, more than 15 million people are living without a consistent daily meal. The situation for children and their families is alarming, and urgent action is needed.
World Vision is on the ground responding to the immediate needs of affected communities in South Sudan, Somalia, Kenya, and Ethiopia. Interventions include: - emergency food assistance - treating malnutrition - assisting farmers with maintaining crops and livelihoods by providing seeds, vaccinations for - livestock, water solutions, and fishing kits - reducing suffering and controlling the spread of diseases including diarrhea, measles, and malaria - protecting children from harm
World Vision has a $92 million global response reaching 2.2 million people in South Sudan, Somalia, Kenya, and Ethiopia, with life-saving emergency food assistance, water, and health care. Additionally supporting farmers with seeds, vaccinating cattle, water solutions, and fishing nets will help farmers feed their families and provide additional food for their communities.
This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).