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Help Children Living in Dangerous Places

Protect and provide for children living in unstable, dangerous countries.

MILLIONS OF CHILDREN FACE FEAR EVERY DAY.

Some places in the world are so dangerous that, for children and families, each day is an intense struggle to stay alive. In these unstable countries, families suffer with the constant threats of rape, violence, hunger, abuse and exploitation.

BUT THERE IS HOPE.

Your one-time gift or monthly Raw Hope donation will help to:

  • Provide life-saving essentials such as nutritious food, clean water, sanitation, shelter and basic household items
  • Create safe places for children to play and learn Distribute medicine and healthcare
  • Provide services and programs to prevent sexual violence and abuse, and support survivors
  • Work towards long-term solutions to help make these regions more secure and resilient

HELP PROVIDE FOR THE MOST VULNERABLE CHILDREN.

Raw Hope works with children at risk or in immediate danger living in countries like Syria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan and the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo.

 

PLEASE DONATE TODAY TO HELP CHILDREN LIVING IN THE WORLD’S MOST DANGEROUS PLACES.

South Sudan:

One in five people have had to flee their homes since the re-emergence of conflict in 2013*. Currently, over 4 million people are facing severe food shortages.

*UNHCR, November 2016


    

Where We Work

Raw Hope works in unstable countries whose governments cannot or will not act to protect the rights of its people. These countries are severely weakened by chronic economic and political problems. ​Children living in these countries struggle with disturbing conditions.

Your Raw Hope donation ensures we are able to help in these challenging countries to bring immediate relief and also work toward long-term solutions.​​

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80.5% of donations are donated directly to programs that help children and communities in need. (Based on a 5-year average)

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