1.5M Zimbabweans Expected To Be Food Insecure After Fall In Maize Production, WFP Warns

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Hunger hits 1.5 million in Zimbabwe as maize production halves: WFP
“…Some 16 percent of the population are expected to be ‘food insecure’ at the peak of the 2015-16 lean season, the period following harvest when food stocks run especially low — a 164 percent increase on the previous year, the [World Food Programme (WFP)] said…” (Clark, 8/25).

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