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The world is suffering from a wide range of humanitarian crises, from food insecurity to refugee displacement and climate change. There is an urgent need to address the effects of these unprecedented events.


1. Food Insecurity

Food is more than a meal. It’s survival. Roughly 155 million people were estimated to be acutely food insecure and in need of urgent assistance in 55 countries and territories in 2021 This represents an increase of 20 million people compared to 2020s 135 million people in 55 countries and territories, which was an already record year for acute food insecurity since the GRFC was first launched in 2017. In the 39 countries and territories that experienced food crises across five years of GRFC publications, the population affected by high levels of acute food insecurity increased from 94 to 147 million people between 2016 and 2020. This shows an overall worrisome trend of increasing levels of acute food insecurity. The ten worst food crises account for 66 percent – over 103 million people – of the people estimated to face high levels of acute food insecurity (IPC/CH Phase 3 or above): Afghanistan, Cameroon, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Haiti, northern Nigeria, South Sudan, the Sudan, the Syrian Arab Republic, Yemen, and Zimbabwe.

Millions of children across the world suffer from hunger and malnutrition. From an early age, this can cause lifelong physical and mental damage. The world is not on track to achieve the targets it has set itself to improve nutrition by 2030 with 50.5 million children under five acutely malnourished. These children are concentrated in some of the most dangerous places in the world, with conflict and war largely contributing to hunger. In 2021, the effects of the global pandemic, ongoing conflict, and climate change are steadily increasing food insecurity for families and children.

2. Refugees

In 2021, more families are on the move than ever before in history. This year, more than 80 million people around the world were forced to flee their homes, around half of whom are under the age of 18. Violence and conflict are the main reasons people flee.

Families risk everything, undertaking long and dangerous journeys in the hope of finding safety and stability. By far the most affected group are children, who are often separated from their parents, lose access to education and healthcare, and become victims of early marriage and child labor.

3. Climate Change

The weather on our planet is becoming more extreme, with direct impacts on the poorest and most vulnerable children. Parents struggle to feed their children when rains are late or non-existent. On the other end of this scale are deadly floods and landslides that destroy crops and communities, and become a breeding ground for disease.

Increasingly, severe droughts and floods drive rural families to new towns, cities, and countries which can trigger tension and conflict with host communities. Climate change is affecting the future of the most vulnerable children. With millions of families rely on farming for their families and an income, no income means no money for school fees, health, rent or stability.
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As an educational and educational, Charitable and Humanitarian Organization that promotes the right to education and strive to bring a positive change to the lives of orphans and vulnerable children, Change Care Foundation lunch her back to school activities with donation of school packs to some 30 displaced children in the NW Region Cameroon.

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