CARE's work in Djibouti

CARE has worked in the small country of Djibouti since January 2012, when we expanded our response to the food crisis in the Horn of Africa. 

Djibouti has received insufficient rainfall since 2005, which has depleted water reserves, deteriorated the health of livestock and milk production, and caused massive loss of livestock and livelihoods. The influx of refugees has placed a further strain on Djibouti's resources. CARE's work in Djibouti focuses on health and nutrition services, including a health centre serving mostly Somali refugees in the Ali-Addeh camp, as well as the surrounding host population.

CARE's impact

We work in 79 developing countries, saving lives in emergencies and finding long-term solutions to poverty for millions of people every year.

About CARE

Founded in 1945 to send 'CARE packages' to people recovering from war, we have been fighting poverty in the world’s poorest countries for 70 years.

Our aims

We empower women and girls to fulfil their potential – because when one woman is helped out of poverty, she brings her family and community with her.

Your support

Your support is what makes our poverty-fighting work possible. You can trust us to spend our funds wisely and effectively to help people in need.

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