With 12.5 million children in need of humanitarian assistance, Save the Children  hopes the truce to the 2-year conflict in Ethiopia improves access to those in need. Children have borne the brunt of this crisis and funding is needed to help them.

Many children have witnessed things that no child should ever see. Thousands of children have become lost or separated from loved ones, and have been forced to flee their homes. Health facilities have been damaged. There is a shortage of medical supplies, leaving children, pregnant women and those who have suffered sexual violence without access to vital healthcare. 

Children have also been out of school for months, putting them at risk of exploitation, sexual violence, early marriage and child labor.

Every effort must be made to keep children out of harm’s way. Save the Children was amongst the first to respond to the crisis, providing protection to the most vulnerable refugee children. Your donation today can help support this life-saving work. 

FAQS: What you need to know about the Tigray conflict?

FAQS: What you need to know about the Tigray conflict?


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