Drought, Conflict Exacerbating Food Shortages, Hunger In Ethiopia, South Sudan
Los Angeles Times: People are starving in East Africa — again — as the world looks away
“Humanitarian groups are growing increasingly concerned about two hunger emergencies unfolding in East Africa — one caused by drought, the other by war. Millions of people in Ethiopia and South Sudan are short on food, international agencies say, and in South Sudan, conflict has made it difficult for outside groups to help…” (Dixon, 1/6).
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