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charity: water provides clean and safe drinking water to those who most desperately need it.After the money is donated I will post proof of donation.  

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burpees4water:

I will keep this photo posted for 1 week.

Every time someone Reblogs this photo I will donate 10 cent to charity: water

charity: water provides clean and safe drinking water to those who most desperately need it.

After the money is donated I will post proof of donation.  

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It’s crazy to think that in this very second right now. Someone’s dying. Someone’s cheating on their wife. Someone’s writing a suicide note. Someone just lost their daughter. Someone just got diagnosed with cancer. Someone just got in a car accident. Someone’s pregnant. Someone did cocaine for the first time. Someone just got raped. Someone took another person’s life. Someone hasn’t talked to their dad in years. Someone’s abusing their spouse. Someone’s signing divorce papers. Someone killed themselves. Right there. In that very second, all of that happened somewhere out there in the world.

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newshour:

East Africa Famine: How to Help
PHOTO: DADAAB, KENYA - JULY 22: A Somalian refugee holds his child outside his home on the edge of the Ifo refugee camp which makes up part of the giant Dadaab refugee settlement on July 22, 2011 in Dadaab, Kenya. Oli Scarff/Getty Images

newshour:

East Africa Famine: How to Help

PHOTODADAAB, KENYA - JULY 22: A Somalian refugee holds his child outside his home on the edge of the Ifo refugee camp which makes up part of the giant Dadaab refugee settlement on July 22, 2011 in Dadaab, Kenya. Oli Scarff/Getty Images

UN food program avoiding land mines, militants to get aid to southern Somali famine zone

cwnl:

The U.N. will airlift emergency rations this week to parts of drought-ravaged Somalia that militants banned it from more than two years ago — a crisis intervention to keep hungry refugees from dying along what an official calls the “roads of death.”

The foray into the famine zone is a desperate attempt to reach at least 175,000 of the 2.2 million Somalis whom aid workers have not yet been able to help.

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[45 Reasons Why You Should Donate $1 To People In Somalia]

buzzfeed:

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[45 Reasons Why You Should Donate $1 To People In Somalia]

newsflick:

Horn of Africa aid caravan too late, again

A besuited U.N. official wearing well-buffed shoes crouches in the orange dust near a cluster of huts in northern Kenyan, and, as his tie wafts in the breeze, raises an iPad and carefully films the rotting carcass of a cow.
Since drought gripped the Horn of Africa, and especially since famine was declared in parts of Somalia, the international aid industry has swept in and out of refugee camps and remote hamlets in branded planes and snaking lines of white 4X4s.
This humanitarian, diplomatic and media circus is necessary every time people go hungry in Africa, analysts say, because governments — both African and foreign — rarely respond early enough to looming catastrophes. (Read More)

newsflick:

Horn of Africa aid caravan too late, again

A besuited U.N. official wearing well-buffed shoes crouches in the orange dust near a cluster of huts in northern Kenyan, and, as his tie wafts in the breeze, raises an iPad and carefully films the rotting carcass of a cow.

Since drought gripped the Horn of Africa, and especially since famine was declared in parts of Somalia, the international aid industry has swept in and out of refugee camps and remote hamlets in branded planes and snaking lines of white 4X4s.

This humanitarian, diplomatic and media circus is necessary every time people go hungry in Africa, analysts say, because governments — both African and foreign — rarely respond early enough to looming catastrophes. (Read More)

staff:

The slow-motion disaster of the food crisis in the Horn of Africa is truly horrifying. Last Wednesday the United Nations declared a famine in two large regions of Somalia; 3.7 million people, nearly half the country’s population, are affected. The crisis is larger than just Somalia. Right now the devastating drought in the region means that more than 11 million people need food aid across Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia. You can help by making a contribution through the Tumblr Dashboard or on the Somalia tag page, and we’ll match your support up to $10,000. Proceeds will go to the United Nations World Food Programme.

staff:

The slow-motion disaster of the food crisis in the Horn of Africa is truly horrifying. Last Wednesday the United Nations declared a famine in two large regions of Somalia; 3.7 million people, nearly half the country’s population, are affected. The crisis is larger than just Somalia. Right now the devastating drought in the region means that more than 11 million people need food aid across Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia. 

You can help by making a contribution through the Tumblr Dashboard or on the Somalia tag page, and we’ll match your support up to $10,000. Proceeds will go to the United Nations World Food Programme.

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