Declining Aid, Ongoing Conflict Leave Millions Hungry In DRC

News outlets continue coverage on the humanitarian crisis in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

U.N. News Centre: Insecurity, funding shortfall leaves millions hungry in DR Congo — U.N.
“Senior United Nations officials for the Great Lakes region of Africa are in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) to draw attention to continuing insecurity there, while the world body reported today that the fighting and a decrease in financial resources is causing millions of people to go hungry…” (6/3).

VOA News: Millions Going Hungry in Democratic Republic of Congo
“A new report by the World Food Programme finds millions of people in the Democratic Republic of Congo are going hungry, and malnutrition rates are climbing due to a decline in foreign aid and ongoing conflict…” (Schlein, 6/3).

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