Ethiopia Distributes Food Aid, Appeals For Funding To Feed 10.2M Affected By Drought, Hunger

Thomson Reuters Foundation: For Ethiopia’s famine survivors, new drought stirs hunger and fear
“…[The Ethiopian government] started distributing emergency food aid in October after the strongest El Niño on record triggered a drought which left wheat shoots to wither in the fields. The government and aid agencies have asked for $1.4 billion to feed 10.2 million people — the third largest appeal globally after Syria and Yemen…” (Migiro, 2/29).

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