Concern Worldwide is an international humanitarian organisation specialising in tackling hunger with the most vulnerable people in the world’s poorest places. We believe no one should have to live with hunger and the damage it causes. By combining our expertise with local knowledge we help communities develop their own lasting solutions to transform their lives. 

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How your donations saved lives in Marsabit County, Kenya

In early January 2017 the situation in Marsabit County, Kenya had severely deteriorated with alarming reports of people starving and in urgent need. Across the region, the number of people who didn’t have sufficient access to food more than doubled, from 1.3 million to 2.6 million, and the government declared a national drought disaster. Concern, along with partners, immediately responded to the emergency delivering aid to stop the escalating situation.

Concern Worldwide UK - DEC Emergency Appeal for People Fleeing Myanmar

Over half a million people have fled violence in Myanmar. They are arriving in Bangladesh with nothing. Food and medical aid are desperately needed. 145,000 children are at serious risk. Children are suffering from severe malnutrition. The DEC urgently needs your help to continue delivering vital aid. Donate now: http://bit.ly/2gaEAlP

Voices from the field: the face of hunger in South Sudan

DEC member charity Concern Worldwide reveals the face of hunger, challenging contexts, and what they're doing to help communities in South Sudan, where 1.7 million people are on the brink of famine.

Did our eco-friendly boat idea hold water?

In the wake of a huge typhoon in the Philippines, DEC member Concern Worldwide helped fishermen go green and start earning again.

Fighting Back - The Unsung Heroes Of The Battle Against Ebola

As the Ebola virus raged through the slums, alleyways, and hillsides of Freetown, one group of men and women played a key role in the fight to prevent its spread. This is an insight into the work of the medical burial teams of Concern Worldwide and the challenges they faced.