Help save children in the Horn of Africa

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Two million children are at risk of starvation in Kenya, Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia. The worst drought in 60 years is compounded by rising food prices and a refugee crisis, creating a true children's emergency in the Horn of Africa.

UNICEF urgently requires additional funds to maintain critical lifesaving services for children who face malnutrition, disease and death.

Use this form to make a secure, tax-deductible donation to the U.S. Fund for UNICEF. If you prefer, print a form to send your donation by mail or call 1.800.4UNICEF (1.800.486.4233) to donate by phone.

Funds raised in excess of immediate needs in this disaster will be used to assist children wherever the need is greatest.

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