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There is no school, so there is hunger. PCPM helping in Ethiopia

A meal at Selam Chora was the only one that most students of this Ethiopian school could count on. There was no food at home. Fear of a pandemic forced the Ethiopian authorities to introduce a state of emergency and close all facilities. When it happened, many Ethiopian families lost their last hope. In addition to the fear of a pandemic, the lack of chance for any earnings, every minute people are more and more terrified of hunger increased by the locust plague, which deprives them of any chance to buy the food. We can give them this chance trough na pcpm.org.pl/etiopia. 

Floods in Sudan: now the floods are destroying the crops

The element destroyed the crops thanks to which these people were to survive next year. Now they have been left without food - co-workers of the Polish Center For International Aid in South Sudan are alarming.

Record number of people facing critical lack of food in South Sudan

A record number of almost seven million people in South Sudan, more than 60 percent of its population, are facing severe hunger, according to a new report published by ReliefWeb. The situation is getting worse day by day. That's why Polish Center for International Aid works in Gordhim now.

Heavy rain in South Sudan makes providing food for starving people impossible

The rainy season in South Sudan, where also PCPM supports starving people, makes 70% of the country cut off from access to food aid. The UN throws food out of the air to help people in inaccessible areas.

Crisis in South Sudan. PCPM helps children survive hunger

7 million population of South Sudan is affected by hunger at this moment. The aid organizations, which provide and distribute food from outside, bring mainly sorgo – dry food for adult people. PCPM is the only organization, which supports Nutrition Center in Gordhim and provides the food for children under five.