Millions in Tigray still face starvation despite conflict easing

Mekelle:  21 April 2024 (Tigray Herald)

Millions in Tigray still face starvation despite conflict easing!

The humanitarian crisis in Tigray demands urgent attention.

The CoHA agreement was a beacon of hope, but its promises remain unfulfilled.

Ignoring the suffering in Tigray is not an option. The international community must prioritize addressing this crisis and providing the necessary aid.

The devastating TigrayGenocide has taken +million livesWorld leaders must come together to help Tigray

The CoHA agreement was supposed to bring relief to Tigray and its IDPs from western Tigray. Yet, the crisis persists. The world must not turn a blind eye to this urgent situation.

Hundreds of thousands of people lost their lives in the TigrayGenocide, more than 120,000 girls and women were raped, and health services were deliberately damaged.

Addressing the crisis in Tigray is important. It’s essential for the international community to provide aid who those affected by the Genocidal war.

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