Ethiopian Government Asks For International Food Aid For 8.2M People After Poor Harvest

Associated Press: Ethiopia appeals for food aid following poor crop yields
“Ethiopia’s government is calling for international assistance to help feed 8.2 million people after erratic rains devastated crop yields. Climate shocks are common in Ethiopia and often cause poor or failed harvests that lead to acute food shortages…” (Meseret, 10/14).

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