In 2012, British actor Keeley Hawes went to Djibouti in East Africa to see how money raised at Soccer Aid could help provide life-saving emergency food for children suffering from severe malnutrition.
She met five-year-old Selma.
Selma lives with her mother in a slum outside Djibouti's capital. It’s a sprawling mass of cardboard huts, rotting cows and rubbish.
"Children shouldn’t have to suffer like this", says Keeley.
Just £20 could pay for a whole month of life-saving emergency food for a severely malnourished child like Selma.
Please donate to Soccer Aid today. Thank you.