About 600K People Face Food Shortages In Burundi; Number Expected To Rise, WFP Says

Reuters: Up to 600,000 people are short of food in Burundi: WFP
“Some 600,000 people are short of food in Burundi due to drought and flooding in the past year and the number could rise to 700,000 by next year, a World Food Programme official said…” (11/15).

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