Ask President Trump to Appoint an Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom
A devastating famine has hit multiple countries across Africa including South Sudan, Yemen, Somalia, and northeast Nigeria, affecting more than 20 million people. In Nigeria alone, more than 4.5 million people face a terrible famine.
Nigerian Christians who have been first attacked and displaced by Boko Haram are now doubly vulnerable. As hunger rages across the region, triggered by the ongoing brutality and violence of Boko Haram, it is crucial now more than ever that the United States act to address the plight of persecuted Christians in Nigeria, throughout Africa, and around the world.
At Open Doors we are urgently asking President Trump to nominate a new Ambassador-at-Large for International Religious Freedom within the U.S. State Department, to address the worsening situation of those who face persecution because of their faith.
This is one powerful way that you can urge the United States to work to help victims of persecution. Sign this petition today and please share it with your friends.