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Horn of Africa Famine Emergency Response Team

The drought in the Horn of Africa is  the worst in 60 years.UNICEF estimates that a total of  10 million people are already in  need of humanitarian assistance. UNICEF has called the situation across the Horn of Africa the "most severe humanitarian emergency in the world," with Somalia being the epicenter of the crisis.

High food prices, prolonged drought, and conflict in Somalia are worsening an already dire situation.

The number of refugees is growing. About 10,000 people arrive every week to the Dadaab refugee camp on the border between Kenya and Somalia, having walked for days to get there.

UNICEF is one of the largest providers in the region of nutrition, such as a ready-to-eat peanut-based paste and therapeutic milk.

The preventable death of one child is unacceptable.  The survival of two million children at risk in the Horn of Africa from lack of nutrition is indefensible.

Join the U.S. Fund for UNICEF's Horn of Africa Famine Emergency Response Team today to help raise emergency relief funds. 

Horn of Africa Famine Emergency Response Team
Unicef Usa
Ana Acosta
Anuj Anand
Mickayla Andreas
Elena Arroyo
Lyndsay Bowers
Rebecca Bucala
Charmaine Burrus
Natalia Correa
Desma Deitz
Kathleen Dubuison
Omaima Elbachiri
Kayla Gagnon
Sara Geers
Aiman Ghufran
YIRLA RUBI GONZALEZ NOLAN
Ashley Han
Lydia Hills
Matthias Hohenberger
Farzana Hossain
Leon Kalema
Rajya Kappagantula
Asma Khan
Charlotte Kovacevic
Durga Krishnan
Brian Leftin
Sam Liban
Russell Dean Lynch
ERIKA MARTINEZ
Julia Nannucci
Myranda Oettel
Jamie Pena
Sebastian PERNET
Everett Photography
Brian Price
Julianne Pyne
Crissi Rainer
prashant ranjan
Claire Schmid
Katie Schmid
Emiliann Serrano
Behnaz Shahidi
Brittany Sierra
Shreenu Sivakumar
Bettelou Soosaipillai
Kimberly Soranno
Jared Tendler
esperance sitsope tovi
Hiep Anh Tran
Latoya Wilcox
Angel Yousufi
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Children queue to register for aid, in the Ifo refugee camp, near the Kenya-Somalia border.
Children queue to register for aid, in the Ifo refugee camp, near the Kenya-Somalia border.