Famine Relief
Somali Famine Relief Fund
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The Horn of Africa is experiencing the worst drought in 40 years.

“Only a “massive” and immediate scaling-up of funds and humanitarian relief can save Somalia from famine, a UN spokesperson has warned, as aid workers report children starving to death “before our eyes” amid rapidly escalating levels of malnutrition.”
“According to the latest IPC assessment for Somalia, an estimated 1.5 million under-fives face acute malnutrition by the end of the year, including 386,400 who are likely to be severely malnourished. Those numbers are only expected to go up.” – Somalia: ‘The worst humanitarian crisis we’ve ever seen,’ The Guardian, Wed 22 Jun 2022
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Key Facts published by 50 relief agencies in a statement in April:

  • Nearly 5.7 million children are threatened by acute malnutrition
  • Over 14 million people across Somalia, Ethiopia and Kenya – about half of them children – are already on the verge of starvation
  • Many thousands of families are losing their incomes, animals and crops.
  • In Somalia alone, over half a million people have already fled their homes in search of food and water.

Somali Famine Relief Fund

The Somali Famine Relief Fund will bring resources to the people and places in greatest need of support.
The Somali Famine Relief Fund is a partnership between Somali Week, Super Eid and the Humanitarian African Relief Organization (HARO). Together we will deliver these much needed funds to local organizations, on the ground, in the regions hardest hit by the drought.

We invite you to join us and all people of good will around the world to help save lives right now.

You can contribute directly using the form below.
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This is a monumental effort, we know that effective emergency relief is predicated on trust, for this reason we are partnering with one of the most trusted names in humanitarian relief, our friends at HARO. For nearly two decades Humanitarian African Relief Organization (HARO) has facilitated major emergency response, orphan care, women & children’s health programs and youth employment initiatives throughout the Horn of Africa. Most recently HARO led a campaign to fundraise for the Waheen Market fire in Hargeisa, Somaliland which raised 1.1 million USD.

SuperEid is an umbrella event dedicated to uniting the Minnesota Muslim community for festive, family-friendly Eid prayer and celebrations. Super Eid is organized by a partnership of local Muslim institutions and organizations, through the generosity of businesses and individual sponsors.