On the ground with UNICEF: Providing nourishment to 69,000 children in Mauritania
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If you’ve been visiting our website, you know we’ve written a lot about the ongoing food crisis in the Sahel. One million children’s lives are at risk in nine African countries, and UNICEF and its partners are working tirelessly to supply children and families with food, water, sanitation, shelter and much more. But if you’re like me, you’ve probably wondered what that work on the ground actually looks like.
We recently received photos from Mauritania, where UNICEF and partners are supplying 69,000 children with food supplements. We thought we would share them with you, so you can take a closer look at UNICEF’s work in the field.
To support UNICEF’s emergency relief efforts in the Sahel, please visit our donation page.