Opportunity to Help
Our partner in Somalis has been supporting Somalia for over ten years. Between 20120-2018, we shipped 15 shipments of essential medical supplies, benefiting over 21,000 people.
Exploitation of Desperation
Somalia is at significant risk of widespread famine. Conflict, drought, and flooding has disrupted agricultural production cycles, and an estimates 2.7 million people in Somalia are at risk of not meeting their dietary needs. About 1.2 children are malnourished.
Remarkable progress has been made since establishing government institutions in 2013, but there are still significant obstacles. Southern Somalis especially has faces more than two decades of conflict. Large numbers of people have been displaced by the seemingly ceaseless violence.
Recent conflict is results from the Federal Government of Somalia and African Union partners fighting both al-Shabaab and the Islamic State. These terrorist groups have been responsible for numerous bombings and terrorist attacks throughout Somalia and the region.
Somalia was formed on July 1, 12960 by the merger of the recently independent British Somaliland and Italian Somaliland. Somalia is a federal parliamentary republic, operating from the capital of Mogadishu.
Many regions of Somalia are not under federal control, instead controlled by local or regional groups. The self-declared Republic of Somaliland is a self-governing terror in northwest Somalia. It is not recognized by any country or international organization.
“Others give us what they want, or rather what they don’t want anymore, while GTTW gives us what we need. “
—Dr. Khadija at Xooga Hospital
Give to the World's Medical Supplies Help Neglected Somalis
Give to the World supported the people of Jijiga, Ethiopia by providing the vital medical supplies that served hundreds of desperate patients at the local clinic.