As reported by ABC News’ David Muir, South Sudan is in urgent need of food assistance. South Sudan is on the frontlines of the climate crisis. Years of flooding have submerged half the country underwater, and many people cannot move to higher ground because of violent conflict that continues to destroy lives and livelihoods.
The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) is on the ground in South Sudan doing whatever it takes to assist the most vulnerable people and help communities build resilience to the impacts of the climate crisis.
Donate today to help rush lifesaving food to the people of South Sudan before it’s too late. Every donation makes a difference: $75 can provide a family with a U.N. World Food Programme emergency box which contains enough food for an entire month.