The Weeknd is drawing attention to the ongoing crisis in Tigray, Ethiopia.

The Weeknd, real name Abel Tesfaye, joined a virtual meeting on Thursday with USAID’S administrator Samantha Power and national security director Colin Thomas-Jensen, and others. The Canadian singer-songwriter was briefed on the emergency response to the crisis.

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Armed conflict broke out between regional and federal governments in Nov. 2020. More than one million people are believed to be displaced, with 4.5 million-plus in need of aid.

“Ninety per cent of the population – require humanitarian assistance. We can help by spreading awareness and donating,” the Weeknd explained in the Instagram caption. “There’s increased protection needed for at-risk groups, such as women and girls experiencing gender-based violence.”

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Back in April, the Weeknd pledged $1 million to provide two million meals through the United Nations World Food Programme. He urged fans to donate to the cause using this link.