Dr David Gai Zakayo explains our work helping the country to deal with the new threat from the coronavirus.
The coronavirus pandemic is pushing people in fragile states towards catastrophe. People continue to need your help to stop hunger levels rising.
Communities living in crowded camps and those with little access to medical care, nutritious food or clean water are especially vulnerable to Covid-19.
Donations to our DEC Coronavirus Appeal have provided a lifeline to the world’s most vulnerable people – helping families to stay safe and feed themselves in the midst of the pandemic. But your life-saving support is needed now more than ever.
Hunger is growing. Parts of South Sudan and Yemen are on the brink of famine, while millions living in Afghanistan and DR Congo are also at risk. Aid workers say thousands are likely to die from hunger in several countries.
If we act now to protect vulnerable refugees and people at risk of starvation in Somalia, South Sudan, Yemen and elsewhere, together we can save thousands of lives.