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South Sudan Fragile World (UK)
Food in a Fragile World
Children living in conflict need your help
Conflict has forced many to flee their homes, pushing families into long periods of food insecurity, where children are among the most vulnerable.
That’s why we’re launching our Food in a Fragile World appeal to help children caught up in conflict get the food they need to survive.
Your donation today can help Concern provide them with a lifesaving course of therapeutic food – and it will be doubled by the UK government, so you will help more children and families affected by conflict.
Aweng pictured above, with her 10-month-old daughter Adut, lives with her family in the Aweil West region of South Sudan. We met them at a Concern nutrition centre, where Adut arrived painfully thin and frail weighing only 4.4kg, and visibly suffering from severe acute malnutrition.
Unfortunately Adut’s situation is not a rare one. Conflict has left over 1.2 million children in South Sudan on the brink of starvation.
A brighter future for Adut
Thanks to supporters like you, Adut has the food she needs and is on the road to recovery, healthily gaining weight again.
But with so many more children on the brink of starvation, we urgently need your help today.
Please will you help by donating to our Food in a Fragile World appeal?
Every gift received before 17 December will be matched pound for pound by the UK government at no extra cost to you, so you will help even more children affected by conflict