On November 4th, 2020, the unelected Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed Ali declared war on the Tigray region of Ethiopia. Since then, the people of Tigray have been cut off from the rest of the world with no access to humanitarian aid and the internet. The Ethiopian, Amhara, and Eritrean forces have blocked aid from entering those affected by the ongoing atrocities. According to the UN, the Ethiopian government is ethnically profiling and arbitrarily mass arresting thousands of Tigrayans. Tigray needs your help.

#StandWithTigray is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization founded in November 2020 in response to the Ethiopian and Eritrean governments’ ongoing campaign of committing war crimes and human rights violations in Ethiopia’s northern region Tigray. SWT is a global movement to end #TigrayGenocide and provide support to Tigrayans who have been affected by the ongoing atrocities including telecommunication blackout, mass starvation, and mass arrests. Our organization makes it easy for anyone to join our movement by learning more about the humanitarian crisis and getting involved in social media and our advocacy campaigns.

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Facing man-made starvation

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Civilians Killed

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Civilians Internally displaced

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Facing man-made starvation

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Facing man-made starvation

Genocide and ethnic cleansing have been waged on the people of Tigray including those living outside the region, as a result, 2.2 million civilians have been internally displaced, and 75K+ have fled to Sudan refugee camps.

Numerous reports of looting and human rights abuses including sexual assault and attacks on refugee camps

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6.5M million people in Tigray are facing man-made famine and need urgent life-saving assistance. UNICEF reported that approximately 2.3 million children have been cut off from humanitarian assistance.

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Ethiopian and Eritrean soldiers have used rape as a weapon of war.

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Stand With Tigray, Inc. 2022  EIN: 86-3032219