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HPN4Tigray – Tigray Crisis

Health Professionals Network for Tigray (HPN4Tigray) aims to provide much needed health equipment and medicine to people affected by the war in Tigray. Your generous tax-deductible donation will help us secure life-saving medication, equipment and emergency supplies throughout Tigray, Ethiopia and beyond.

Ethar Relief – Ethiopia Crisis

A sudden escalation in conflict has broken out in Ethiopia, centred around the Tigray region near to the borders of Eritrea and Sudan.
Now, another urgent threat to life has emerged.

Help support the displaced people of Tigray.

UNHCR – Ethiopia Emergency

Thousands forced to flee as violence erupts in the Tigray region, Ethiopia. After enduring a week of violent clashes between federal and regional forces, civilians in the Tigray region of Ethiopia are in crisis. Communication networks are down, banking services are halted, roads are blocked and there are shortages of basic supplies. Please help today! We urgently need to scale up our supplies so that we are ready to respond as the situation worsens.

Tigrai Development Association – North America

Tigrai Development Association was established in 1989 in Washington DC as a non-profit organization to support the development efforts in Tigrai, Ethiopia.

Operation Rescue – Tigray Crisis

Operation Rescue has 3 centres in Mekele, Adigrat, and Adwa, where our staff have been serving over 600 families and children over the past 20 years.

Doctors Without Borders – Tigray Crisis

A humanitarian crisis is unfolding in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, where hundreds of thousands of people have been displaced by conflict. Health facilities across Ethiopia’s Tigray region have been looted, vandalized, and destroyed in a deliberate and widespread attack on health care. “The health system needs to be restored as soon as possible,” said MSF general director Oliver Behn. “Health facilities need to be rehabilitated and receive more supplies and ambulances, and staff need to receive salaries and the opportunity to work in a safe environment. Most importantly, all armed groups in this conflict need to respect and protect health facilities and medical staff.”