Horn of Africa Disaster

My regularly scheduled content will return next post. I am not letting go of the Horn of Africa disaster just yet.

I understand money is tight. An easy action any reader can do is to sign this petition asking world leaders to provide full funding to the U.N. to help Ethiopia, Somalia, and Kenya where over 12 million people are at risk of death from starvation and infectious diseases. These leaders fund wars; time to fund some health. (Use a throw-away e-mail address if you don’t feel like revealing your true self.) Go here to sign the petition and read more.



Horn of Africa drought map


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  4. Sometimes I feel almost numb from all of the crises caused not only by nature but by man’s inhumanity to man. But thanks for reminding us that we all have the power to do some little thing to help alleviate it.

    Hope you are feeling better, Jan.

  5. I have been a supporter of the One campaign for a number of years. I think that they have done a great job with lobbying and education. The troubles and issues contoinue, however and we do need to keep out attention tuned in.

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