Famine Action Mechanism (FAM)

The risk of famine continues to threaten millions of people. Today, 124 million people untitled2.pngexperience crisis-levels of food insecurity, and over half of them are in situations affected by conflict. The magnitude of need has grown significantly over the last few years, testing the limits of an already overburdened and underfunded international humanitarian system.

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Breaking the Cycle of Crisis

Thirty years ago, a million people in Ethiopia died in one of the worst famines in modern history – a disaster caused by conflict and drought.

Today, conflict and drought are again contributing to a crisis that has put 20 million people in four countries on the brink of famine. This time, Ethiopia is not among them.