Severe flooding in mid-2020 caused by torrential rains in Niger brought death and destruction to the country, affecting nearly half a million people who were left without shelter, clean water, food, and essential items. Livelihoods were washed away as the floods engulfed people’s farms, leaving many without a way to provide for themselves and their families.
Many families relocated to emergency shelter camps, relying on humanitarian aid for supplies.
With the help of your donations, we’re on the ground providing food parcels in camps like Adamou Sibiri where 935 households, about 5000 people, live in tents. Our parcel contains pantry staples, like rice and cooking oil, along with local condiments, spices, and produce.
By giving to our Where Most Needed Fund, you allow our experts on the ground to not only respond to emergencies in real-time, but to develop programs that are geared towards the future health and safety of communities in need.
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