Feed Djibouti

Severe drought, high food prices, and a refugee crisis have worked together to leave a large portion of Djibouti’s 900,000 people without enough food to eat, forcing them to go hungry due to the soaring cost of food imports upon which the arid country is forced to rely. 

£1 For One Meal

Hunger in Djibouti

Despite the country being in a strategic position along the coast of the Horn of Africa, Djibouti remains one of the poorest countries in the world. The desert-like climate means most of the country is unsuitable for growing crops, forcing the population to rely on expensive imported food to survive. 

Furthermore, regional instability has put pressure on Djibouti’s already strained economy and resources, pushing the nation even further into poverty. Djibouti has recently taken in refugees and immigrants from Ethiopia and Somalia following political instability, bringing the already weak economy to its knees.

A massive 79% of the population lives in poverty, with limited access to enough nutritious food to live a healthy life. Thousands of innocent people, including women and children, are in desperate need of our help!

Women in Djibouti waiting for Food distribution

Give the gift of food for just £1

For just £1, you can help relieve the people of Djibouti from their constant struggle against food insecurity. We will take your small change and make a huge difference to the lives of people who, without our help, will face another night hungry and alone.

By donating £30, you can give someone the security of a meal for every single day of a month, giving them nourishing food to restore their health.

With your donations, we will provide thousands of people in Djibouti, weary from the nightmarish situation they face, with vital food packages. Working alongside our brilliant teams in the area, we’ll be distributing food packs containing essential food supplies.

Your support will go a long way in providing relief to these vulnerable individuals, enabling them to thrive and prosper, without the worry of constant hunger.

Stop Djibouti's hunger, donate today