Somalia Emergency Fund
Donate to help victims of climate change in Somalia. ‘The Horn of Africa is experiencing the worst drought since 1981, and a shortfall in aid funding is putting the lives of millions of Somalis in danger’. (UN)
Somalia has experienced extreme weather in recent years, from an ongoing drought to severe flooding. Since early November 2023, heavy rains have caused flash flooding, displacing half a million people. Our team on the ground are distributing emergency relief including food and non-food items.
Support our work in Somalia to help those impacted by natural disasters and climate change:
- £50 provides clean water for 1,200 people
- £60 trains three female health care workers in our Motherkind clinics
- £100 sends an emergency food parcel to feed a family for a month
- £300 provides essential medical care for 60 patients
Muslim Hands been working in Somalia since 2011. With your support, we have provided food, water, healthcare and education to families affected by the devastating impact of climate change and decades of conflict.
Now, as another period of droughts in Somalia forces 6 million people into food insecurity and leaves 1.4 million children acutely malnourished, we are scaling up our work to answer the increasing demand for food, clean water and medical care.
As well as expanding our maternal health clinics, which are on the front line of treating mothers and children in the ever-growing displacement camps around Mogadishu, we are also providing emergency food supplies and water to those in the camps.
Not only that, but we are rehabilitating water wells in the areas worst-affected by the drought, ensuring that more people are not forced to abandon their land and livelihoods in search of water.
Send your Zakat and Sadaqah to Somalia to help them get through this crisis.