Ethiopia Needs $245M To Bolster Emergency Food Aid Supplies, Prevent Rise In Severe Malnutrition, Save The Children Says

Bloomberg Business: Ethiopia Needs $245 Million by March to Stop More Severe Hunger
“Ethiopia needs $245 million of food aid in the next three weeks to prevent a ‘potentially catastrophic escalation’ in chronic malnutrition cases from the end of April after a lack of rain left millions of people in danger of starvation, Save the Children said…” (Davison, 2/9).

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Food aid to run out in Ethiopia unless donors step in, says charity
“… ‘The international community has just three weeks to provide $245 million in emergency food aid to help prevent a potentially catastrophic escalation in severe acute malnutrition (SAM) cases…’ [Save the Children] said in a statement…” (Migiro, 2/10).

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