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Crisis in the Horn of Africa

You may have seen the pictures of starving people in the Horn of Africa on your TV screens. We are all asking: how can this be happening again? Parts of Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia are facing one of the worst droughts for 60 years, and around 10 million people are desperately in need of food, clean water and basic sanitation.

Join me in calling on world leaders to save millions of lives - today and tomorrow:

Despite the urgency of the situation, most world leaders are responding too slowly. Immediate aid is essential. Yet at the same time we must not let them drop the ball on long term solutions as has too often happened in the past.

Take action right now at:

We can help stop starvation now - and stop the causes of starvation. Firstly, we need to make sure funding is provided to pay for urgent help that will prevent people from dying. Secondly, the promises that world leaders made to invest in long term solutions must be kept, so that the people of this region can feed themselves and will not need food aid in the future.

But time is running out. Please ask your friends, family and co-workers to join you as well. And while spreading the word is critical, please only pass this message along to those who know you -- spam hurts our campaign.

Thanks so much for your support!


  1. Just a thought to brighten your day! It's amazing to me that in 2012, with all the money the world has at it's disposal & the waste that is spent on frivolous & meaningless things, many children in villages around the world, go without fres
    h running water. Today, and every day in the world, more than 30,000 children die before reaching their fifth birthdays, killed either by hunger & thirst or by easily-preventable diseases. ... I Love You! ♥ Sir David Harrison Levi - Starmaker Goodwill Ambassador Emeritus for World Peace & Breast Cancer Awareness - author - philosopher - humanitarian - philanthropist


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