The Rohingya are a persecuted minority that need as much assistance as possible. We've been providing schools and families with life-saving food packs.
We’re working with 27 schools and 900 children in Dhaka slums to make sure they have food every day.
Kulsuma is a Rohingya Muslim living in Bangladesh. Before receiving regular Charity Right meals, her and her family would go days without food.
When we met Belal, he was working instead of going to school. Now, he's an A+ student.
Living in severe poverty in Sudan, Abdullah had no choice but to sit beside his children and agonisingly watch as they died from malaria on the same day.
Watiqa is an Eritrean, single mother of four living in one of Eastern Sudan's harshest refugee camps. Five years ago, her husband left in search of food and water, and never returned.
By the end of 2017, we’ll have distributed over 1.5 million meals to families in one of the most notoriously difficult places to reach: the Thar Desert, Pakistan.
Our work in Sudan started in 2013, and at that time, we were one of the only UK based organisations working regularly within the country.
Arfan lives in the Thar Desert, Pakistan. The number of children dying from malnutrition here has increased exponentially over the past few years, and the need for food is urgent.
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