+44 (0) 12 17 53 43 39 / +44 (0) 47 83 10 40 31
+44 (0) 12 17 53 43 39 / +44 (0) 47 83 10 40 31


Since ARF was established in 1996, helping and assisting Internal Displaced Persons (IDP) was our priority Since the establishment of African Relief Fund, priority was to assist Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) and those affected by natural disasters. We have aided thousands of people affected by drought, famine, flood and conflicts. Beneficiaries of ARF aid are mainly situated in the Horn of Africa. Our emergency and humanitarian relief involves assessment of the situation and rapid responses by providing emergency food, water and medical help. African Relief Fund believes in empowering vulnerable communities and helping them to get out of extreme poverty by building their resilience to reduce exposure to risk.
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  • £ 75 can provide a food pack for a family of 7 for one month.
  • £50- Can provide kitchen material for IDP family.
  • £250- Can provide a shelter for IDP family of 7 or more.
  1. Conflict-Incused Displacement
More than three decades of civil war, activities of extremist groups, piracy, and the absence of central government have destroyed much of the economy and forced millions of people to flee to neighboring countries or settle as internally displaced persons (IDPs) in bigger cities.
Over 900,000 Somali refugees are registered in the Horn of Africa and Yemen, while more
than 2.1 million people are displaced within the country. The majority of those IDPs are
women and children.
  1. Climate-Induced Displacement
In Somalia, a tragedy is unfolding, in which 6.2 million Somalis – more than half the
population – are in need of urgent food and water assistance. The horn of Africa has had several years of drought caused by the El Nino phenomenon, its location on the Equator, and climate change. Most of the population is dependent on a semi-nomadic pastoral lifestyle, so the inadequate rainfall and lack of water have wiped out crops and killed livestock.
According to the UN report, Famines in 1992 and 2011 each claimed more than 200,000 lives. A drought in 2016-17 displaced more than 1m people and caused losses and damage of over $3bn. This year, in addition to the pandemic, crops have been swept away by floods and ravaged by desert locusts (with a new swarm on the way). Floods are another major cause of climate-induced displacement. While certain areas experienced reduced rainfall, others experienced heavy rainfall and floods during the rainy season in many low-lying areas. More than three million IDPs were displaced in October 2019 due to several flood incidences in Ethiopia and Somalia. African Relief Fund distributes food parcels for internally displaced people due to the extreme climate changes.
Civil war-affected people.
Since ARF was established in 1996 helping and assisting Internal Displaced Persons (IDP) was our priority. We have aided thousands of people who have been affected by civil war and other man-made disasters. Beneficiaries of ARF are mainly in the Horn of Africa. Somalia, Ethiopia, Djibouti, and Kenya.

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Name: African Relief Fund
Sort Code: 20-46-57

Account number:  30410330
IBAN:  GB11 BUKB 2046 5730 4103 30

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