Blog Post Highlights Importance Of Educating U.S. Public About Near-Famine Conditions In 4 Nations

Council on Foreign Relations’ “Africa in Transition”: What Famines?
John Campbell, the Ralph Bunche senior fellow for Africa policy studies at CFR, discusses recent findings showing only 15 percent of Americans are aware of the hunger crises affecting 20 million people in four African and Middle East nations, and the need to educate the public about the near-famine conditions, an effort being undertaken by the recently formed Global Emergency Response Coalition (7/21).

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