Food Insecurity Situations In Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria Warrant More Attention, CSIS Analysis Says

Center for Strategic & International Studies: The Four Famines: The Alarm Bells Are Ringing, But Who Is Listening?
Noting a lack of media attention to food insecurity in Yemen, Somalia, South Sudan, and northeastern Nigeria, Kimberly Flowers, director of the CSIS Global Food Security Project, discusses questions about the looming famines, including, “Did we know this crisis was coming? … Is this humanitarian crisis really ‘unprecedented?’ How does it compare to the past? … How is famine related to conflict and U.S. national security? … What is the United States doing to help? … What are the long-term effects of famine?” (9/6).

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