Comedian Eddie Izzard went to Kenya to see how the worst drought for 50 years has had a heart-breaking impact on East Africa’s children.He met critically ill children who UNICEF is helping to survive by providing them with life-saving, emergency food and milk.Eddie met Hussain, 2, who was severely malnourished. His organs had begun to shut down one by one to give his heart enough energy to continue beating. It was touch and go whether he would survive. As Eddie says, your money can’t make it rain, but £20 could buy a month’s supply of life-saving emergency food for a child like Hussain. And £100 could feed 5 children like Hussain.One text of £5 could help save a child’s life. This is your opportunity to help, please text now.Children like Hussain shouldn’t have to suffer like this. 
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Comedian Eddie Izzard went to Kenya to see how the worst drought for 50 years has had a heart-breaking impact on East Africa’s children.

He met critically ill children who UNICEF is helping to survive by providing them with life-saving, emergency food and milk.

Eddie met Hussain, 2, who was severely malnourished. His organs had begun to shut down one by one to give his heart enough energy to continue beating. It was touch and go whether he would survive.

As Eddie says, your money can’t make it rain, but £20 could buy a month’s supply of life-saving emergency food for a child like Hussain. And £100 could feed 5 children like Hussain.

One text of £5 could help save a child’s life. This is your opportunity to help, please text now.

Children like Hussain shouldn’t have to suffer like this.

Please donate now by card or donate by Paypal and help us help children like Hussain.