Funded Famine East Africa: Emergency relief

An aid project by “CARE Deutschland-Luxemburg e.V.” (B. Meinardus) in Dadaab, Kenya

B. Meinardus (Project Manager)

B. Meinardus
Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia are serverly affected by the worst drought since 60 years: More than 10 million people are in need of emergency humanitarian assistance due to ongoing drought.
Levels of severe acute malnutrition are already above the threshold for emergencies and expected to rise in the coming six months.

CARE is providing safe drinking water, emergency food aid, hygiene and sanitation, animal feed and livelihood protection in order to help families cope with current and future conditions.

Help us to support children, families and elderly people who are in urgent need for food, water and sanitation! Your donation is highly appriciated.

For the responsible use of donated money CARE is recipient of the DZI seal of donations and the PriceWaterhouse Coopers Transparency Award 2008 (1st place) http://www.care.de/care-finanzen.html. The exemplary defined needs are urgently needed. We guarantee that your donation will benefit the emergency relief project in East Africa.

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Location: Dadaab, Kenya

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  • Eine somalische Familie erreicht das Camp Dagehaley in Dadaab. (Foto:CARE/ Holt)

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  • Wasser bedeutet Leben. Zum Überleben braucht ein Mensch 3 liter am Tag, um allerdings ein würdiges Leben zu führen veranschlagt CARE nach internationalen Richtlinien etwa 15 Liter pro Tag. (Foto:CARE/Holt)

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  • Neuankommende Flüchtlinge leben teilweise am Rande des Flüchtlingslagers Dagehaley in selbstgezimmerten und improvisierten Hütten. (Foto:CARE/Hotl)

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  • An einer zentralen Wasserstelle holen somalische Frauen Wasser für ihre Familien. (Foto:CARE/Holt)

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  • Der kleine Junge hält ein Paket proteinhaltige Kraftnahrung in der Hand. Damit versorgt CARE die geschwächten und ausgehungerten Flüchtlinge. (Foto:CARE/Holt)

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  • IFO-Camp (Foto:CARE/ Holt)

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  • Dagehaley Camp in dadaab. (Foto: CARE/Holt)

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  • IFO Camp in Dadaab. (Foto: CARE/Holt)

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  • Dagehaley Camp. (Foto: CARE/Holt)

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  • Dagehaley Camp. (Foto:CARE/Holt)

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  • Eine alte somalische Frau, die gerade in Dagehaley, einem der drei Flüchtlingscamps in Dadaab, angekommen ist. (Foto: CARE/Holt)

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  • Flüchtlinge aus Somalia kommen in Dadaab an. Über 1500 somaloische Flüchtlinge sind in Dadaab bisher täglich angekommen. (Foto:CARE/Underdown)

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  • Das Flüchtlingscamp in Dadaab von oben am 7. Juli 2011. (Foto: CARE/Underdown)

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  • Anstehen für die nahrungsmittelverteilung. (Foto:CARE/Lopoukhine)

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  • Dadahaley Empfangszentrum. Alle neuankommenden Flüchtlinge geben hier ihre Fingerabdrücke ab und werden damit in das System aufgenommen. (Foto:CARE/Lopoukhine)

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  • Foto: CARE/Kate Holt)

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  • Foto: CARE/Owl)

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  • Foto:CARE/Jelle)

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  • Das Vieh von vielen Menschen in Ostafrika verendete durch die langanhaltende Dürre. Da viele von Bauern sind, ist das Vieh ihre Lebensgrundlage. (Foto: CARE/Gedi)

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  • DCARE arbeitet in Dadaab seit 1992 und verteilt vor Ort Nahrung, sauberes Trinkwasser, Decken, Wasserkanister, Schlafmatten und Plastikplanen. (Foto:CARE/Bannon)

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