This is the worst global food crisis in decades and it’s putting millions of children’s and young generation lives on the line. Conflict, displacement, climate change, and the rising costs of food and fuel are threatening millions of children’s lives.
South Sudan Food Security Phase Classification (IPC), released, shows about two-thirds of the South Sudanese population (7.76 million people) are likely to face acute
Failure to act now will prove catastrophic and could cost thousands of lives.
Malnutrition caused by extreme hunger remains one of the biggest killers of young children around the world today. Yet, it is entirely preventable. Enough is enough.
We know how to treat malnutrition and we know how to prevent it. All we need is a unified response to stop hunger crisis in South Sudan. If we act now, we could protect thousands of lives that are on the line.
Volunteer Alliance for Relief & Development is working across South Sudan to support families with food, VSLA program, Vocational training, and cash program so children and young generation don’t go hungry.