World Hunger Crisis

Don’t let the future starve. Donate now and help children worldwide overcome hunger and malnutrition.

About this appeal

Malnutrition already contributes to nearly half of all under-five deaths (3 million children each year), and affects one in three children globally.

But now due to the socio-economic impacts of COVID-19, without urgent intervention this year alone an estimated 54 million children could suffer from wasting – an extreme life-threatening form of malnutrition.

We urgently need your help to save lives.

Please donate now and provide urgently needed food for malnourished children.


Malnutrition is putting the lives of children at risk worldwide, from South Sudan to Afghanistan, Solomon Islands and more. Please stand with UNICEF and help children survive.

Hunger and malnutrition deprive children of essential nutrients, making them susceptible to severe versions of common sicknesses and diseases, and can lead to poor growth, development and stunting.

Over time this can worsen into wasting, which makes malnourished children incredibly thin and weak - putting kids at greater risk of dying, starvation and developing life-long debilitating conditions.

The need is great. But there is hope.

UNICEF is the world’s largest supplier of therapeutic food, which is used to treat malnutrition. Each sachet is just 50 cents, and 3 sachets a day for 6-8 weeks is enough to nourish a malnourished child back to health. With your help, we can reach children before it’s too late.

Don’t let the future starve.

Please donate now and help fight world hunger.

Your support will give children
Nutritious food
Improved Health
Happy Childhood
Brighter Futures
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