Urgent Help

Let's help the Rohingya - flooding at the camp in Cox's Bazar

In March a gigantic fire at the camp, and now floods brought by increasingly destructive monsoons have left parts of the camp under water. Please join the fundraiser and help the people who have once again lost everything in their lives! The water is still rising!

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We already have :
3,700 PLN
We need:
20,000 PLN

Help Change Jibu’s World

Democratic Republic of Congo

The second largest country of Africa, full of paradoxes. On one hand, it is rich in natural resources (including cobalt, copper, coltan, crude oil, diamonds, gold); on the other hand, its inhabitants are among the poorest in the world. For decades, the DRC has been suffering from prolonged conflicts that have led to one of the most severe humanitarian crises in the world.

  • 15,6 million people – 18% of the population suffer from hunger
  • 3,4 million children under 5 years are acutely malnourished
  • 41,8% million children under 5 years are stunted
  • 63,2% of children below 5 years of age and 41% of women  15-49 years are anemic
We take in at least


children a week in our nutrition center
In 2020, we have saved approximately


people from starvation


Every two seconds, a person is forced to flee their home country due to war, poverty or the effects of climate change. Half of the forcibly displaced are children.

Jibu is four years old. He was born in a region of Congo long abandoned by most of its inhabitants. The village of Kabaya, located under a volcano, has never had electricity or an access road. Rebel forces have appropriated this part of the world, kidnapping and murdering locals with impunity. Those who stayed behind have chosen to do so because the surrounding fields are all they have. Jibu’s father was a widower and raised his son by himself. Shortly after he received a tip that he was being targeted by kidnappers, he vanished without a trace. Jibu ended up in the care of his grandfather, who feels he is too old to leave his home. The man did his best but was not able to feed and provide for the four-year-old boy, who was malnourished when he arrived here. His story is a classic example of a child made to suffer as a result of how adults run the world.

We will do everything in our power to nurture precious Jibu back to health. We cannot change the whole world, but we can change his entire world by restoring his vitality and giving him reasons to smile.