In South Sudan, Somalia, and Nigeria, more than 1 million children are at risk of starvation. Armed conflicts are commonplace. Man-made crises also aggravate extreme poverty and the fallout of natural disasters such as drought. UNICEF provides children with therapeutic foods, clean water, and medicine. With our support, UNICEF was able to provide 6,600 mosquito nets, protecting children in South Sudan from malaria; 54,620 doses of a measles vaccine to children in South Sudan; peanut paste for 1,127 severely malnourished children in Somalia; and 57,392 packets of 400g high-protein biscuits, giving children in Nigeria quick nourishment in emergency situations where nutritious food was not guaranteed.