The Horn of Africa region is faced with yet another severe drought. Famine has already been declared in South Sudan, while Somalia and regions of Kenya are on the brink of famine. In total, close to 21 million people across the region are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance. The American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa (ARAHA) will be holding a press conference to address the drought and famine and the work that's been done to help the people suffering in the area.
ARAHA's field teams are already on the ground distributing much-needed aid to thousands of people in the region.
For more details about the drought, see our press release: https://araha.org/ drought-relief
American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa is a registered
non-profit, 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization based in Columbia Heights,
Minnesota. For over a decade, ARAHA has been delivering the essentials
necessary to provide relief to those suffering from drought, disease,
hunger, and illiteracy in the Horn of Africa region. We work in Somalia,
Ethiopia, Sudan, and Kenya. ARAHA also helps families break the cycle
of poverty by developing opportunities for them to generate income and
educate their children. for more on our organization: https://araha. org/who-we-are