Djibouti Seeks Food Aid

UN agencies and the government have appealed for nearly U.S.$39 million to enable them to continue providing assistance to an estimated 120,000 people who are experiencing severe food shortages.

Displaced women carry a sack of food during a UN World Food Programme distribution in Jowhar, Somalia, September 2007.

  • Djibouti:   UN Seeks Food Relief

    UN News, 3 November 2010

    United Nations agencies and the Government of Djibouti today appealed for nearly $39 million to enable them to continue providing assistance to an estimated 120,000 people who are… Read more »

  • Djibouti:   Majority of Children in Djibouti Threatened By Poverty, UN Agency Warns

    UN News, 14 June 2010

    As many as two out of three children in Djibouti are exposed to life-threatening situations because of poverty, the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) announced today, warning… Read more »

  • Djibouti:   Half Rural Population Need Emergency Food Aid

    UNIRIN, 5 May 2010

    About half of Djibouti's rural population will need emergency food assistance this year due to the combined effects of drought, livestock losses, unfavourable livestock-to-cereal… Read more »

  • Djibouti:   Famine Network Calls for Food Aid

    MediaGlobal, 9 February 2010

    A poor rainy season in the east African country of Djibouti is causing concern. The Heys/Dada rains, which last from October to February and on which farmers depend for the growth… Read more »