Somalia In Desperate Need of Food Aid as Drought Hits Region

Somalia Drought

The United Nations has warned that as many as 2 million Somalians are at risk of starvation by the end of this summer if international aid does not reach the area soon. Somalia was expecting an average rainy season, but is instead facing the worst drought conditions they have seen in 35 years. Please pray for Somalia and consider making a donation to Catholic Relief Services in this time of great need.

June 10, 2019 - 10:59am
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