Monthly Food Program – MAUSA

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Around the world, more than enough food is produced to feed the global population— but as many as 828 million people still go hungry

More than 17.4 million

Yemenis are presently food insecure

4.1 million people

are in need of food assistance in Somalia

9.4 million people

in Ethiopia need urgent food assistance

More than 90%

of population has been pushed into poverty

With dignity, serve humanity
through transparency, diversity, and inclusion,

4,000 Families Served

123 projects completed

Serving in 4 countries and expanding

Distributing food packages to feed families

Afghanistan

The economic situation in Afghanistan has quickly deteriorated since the political transition in August. More than 90% of the population has been pushed into poverty. Hunger is rising and the need for humanitarian support is increasing while access restrictions remain extreme.

Communities also face the harsh winter months and the cold weather will continue to affect farming in the spring. This will impact production and cause livestock losses in large parts of the country.

Ethiopia

As many as 9.4 million people in Ethiopia are in need of urgent food assistance as the conflict in the East African country continues to escalate.

Since November 2020, violent clashes in the northern region have led to tens of thousands of casualties and created a humanitarian emergency for millions of vulnerable people throughout the country. There is currently no end in sight to the fighting and the hunger crisis is predicted to get worse in coming months.

Somalia

Somalia faces catastrophic hunger, with the country devastated by the extreme and worsening drought in the Horn of Africa.

A total of 7.1 million people face acute food insecurity amid the driest conditions in 40 years, following three consecutive failed rainy seasons. Drought is compounding the impacts of other recurrent climate shocks, persistent insecurity and instability. A total of 1.5 million children under 5 face acute malnutrition; 386,000 of these face severe malnutrition and may be at risk of dying without immediate treatment. More than a million people have been displaced by the drought, 750,000 of whom this year only.

Yemen

Somalia faces catastrophic hunger, with the country devastated by the extreme and worsening drought in the Horn of Africa.

A total of 7.1 million people face acute food insecurity amid the driest conditions in 40 years, following three consecutive failed rainy seasons. Drought is compounding the impacts of other recurrent climate shocks, persistent insecurity and instability. A total of 1.5 million children under 5 face acute malnutrition; 386,000 of these face severe malnutrition and may be at risk of dying without immediate treatment. More than a million people have been displaced by the drought, 750,000 of whom this year only.

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Their needs definitely deserve a spot on our list.

While we prepare for this coming Ramadan by creating lists of how to attain spiritual growth, let’s make sure to keep our fasting brothers and sisters in mind