Zero hunger project in Sudan

Zero hunger project in Sudan

Food Project - Zero-Hunger Sustainable Program

Long-term hunger solutions in Sudan

The Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, said: “The dearest of deeds to Allah, may He be exalted, is joy that you bring to a Muslim, or relieving him of distress, or paying off debt for him, or dispelling his hunger.”(Al Tabaraani)

£50 - provide one family with a monthly food parcel and livelihood training and tools.

In 2021, after years of political instability, flooding, and the pandemic, hunger levels in Sudan rose by 65%, leaving 9.6 million people hungry and unsure where their next meal is coming from. 1 in 3 children in Sudan are stunted as a result of a lack of undernourishment.

This Ramadan, be a mercy to Sudanese families struggling with hunger. With your help, we want to provide families with food parcels to address their immediate hunger, while also empowering them with livelihood support so that they can rear livestock and grow food, helping them to be food secure for years to come. Families will be able to sell surplus produce to help generate an income, further improving their quality of life.

Short-term and long-term solutions

For the next 10 months, we’ll be supporting 250 families – that’s 1,500 people – with nutritious monthly food parcels, relieving the burden of finding food. We’ll also be providing them with training, tools, and resources so that they can rear livestock and harvest food, both of which will help them to eat well, and provide a livelihood.

We’ll continue to assess the food that they’re able to provide for themselves, and adjust the monthly food parcels accordingly, until they’re no longer needed.

With a focus on the most vulnerable families, women will make up at least 50 per cent of our targeted farmers, who will receive training.

Donate in this month of mercy, and help families break out of devastating cycles of food insecurity and hunger. Reap the blessings of the holy month.

Our work in Sudan

Human Appeal has been changing lives through our projects in Sudan since 2020. In 2020, we helped 11,310 people in Sudan and last year, we helped 11,138 through food security and winter projects.

Your charity this Ramadan could truly save the lives of the most vulnerable communities in Sudan by helping them become self-sufficient and to tackle hunger.

Reap the multiplied blessings of the holy month.

Donate today.

Please note, if sufficient funds are not raised for a particular project, your donation may be reallocated to where the need is greatest.

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