More than 16 Million people face the threat of starvation and famine in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria, Kenya and Ethiopia.
This could potentially be the biggest humanitarian crisis we have seen in a generation and claim the lives of over 1.4 million children.
The rains have failed for the past three years causing crops and livestock to die. Without their livelihoods nomadic tribes face nothing but a slow death if we do not intervene.
People are being forced to migrate to unknown territory and conflict zones putting their families at risk of violence, exploitation and abuse.
We have built water wells and water boreholes for fresh water and are providing emergency food and water to sustain the people of East Africa until the rains come back.