The International Rescue Committee provides a wide range of assistance for refugees and vulnerable Ethiopian communities as the country faces escalating conflict, climate change, desert locusts and COVID-19.
Malnutrition cases double as drought grips Ethiopia
At least 25 million people will face catastrophic humanitarian need in the coming months as drought continues across East Africa.
Thousands who depend on cultivation of crops and livestock are already displaced as they move to find new pastures or sources of income and food.
Malnutrition cases in Ethiopia have doubled during the driest conditions seen in over 40 years.
The IRC urges global leaders and donors to help scale up aid to build resilience to climate change.