Famine Averted In Nigeria’s Northeast, But Aid Must Continue, U.N. Official Says

U.N. News Centre: Nigeria: Famine averted but millions still at risk, stresses top U.N. relief official
“Noting important progress in delivering life-saving aid to millions in northeast Nigeria, the top United Nations humanitarian official underscored that international assistance to people suffering amid the crisis must not dwindle. ‘We have averted famine, but millions of people are still at risk if more international help is not forthcoming,’ said Mark Lowcock, the U.N. emergency relief coordinator, at the end of a two-day mission to the country…” (9/13).

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