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Your Donation Means Shelter For The Homeless
Your Donation Will Help To Build Djibouti With Zero Hunger
Your Donation Aids In Fighting Threats To Child Survival
Your Donation Helps People in Djibouti Who Can't Afford Clothes
Donate to protect Human Rights in Djibouti
Together we can fight for human rights in Djibouti. We can stop torture, demand equality for women and girls, and give hope to those facing attacks or imprisonment just because of who they are. We can provide essential food, shelter, safety and hope for million people living in Djibouti.
Your donation will help us provide a better future for one million suffering people in Djibouti.
Right now, one million people in Djibouti are suffering without the essential food, shelter, safety, and hope that those living in independent, democratic, and civilized nations take for granted.
The Republic of Djibouti is located on the Horn of Africa and suffers from the persistent droughts and famines associated with the area. It is estimated that around 70 per cent of the population live below the nationally established poverty line.
After many years of being ruled by an oppressive dictator that has penalized and murdered all oppositions, we now have a chance to achieve true independence through a peaceful transition to a new, democratic government that will end the cycle of corruption and abuse in our nation, once and for all.
Our hired staff are on the ground, providing emergency relief to families in need, but we need your support to reach more people and to provide more aid.
Through this initiative, Djibouti will not only provide its people with the basic freedoms and opportunities that all humans deserve — it will also provide a model for true independence and democracy to be followed by other oppressed nations.
The Republic of Djibouti is in eastern Africa and has borders with Eritrea, Ethiopia, and Somalia. It has a strategically important geographic location, controlling access to the Red Sea. There are around 906,000 people living in the country and the capital city Djibouti is home to around two-thirds of the population.
Djibouti became independent from France in 1977, and after years of authoritarian rule, a civil war erupted in the early 1990s. In 2001, the ten-year conflict came to an end when the last remaining fractions of the Afar party (the "Front for the Restoration of Unity and Democracy") signed an agreement with the government in power.