Food Aid Needed In South Sudan To Avoid Famine, U.N. Says
Frontline: When Food Shortage Becomes Famine
“…[Peter] Luak and his family are among the more than 2.8 million people in South Sudan — nearly a quarter of the country’s population — who are currently facing food shortages and need urgent assistance according to the United Nations. The U.N. is now warning of a looming famine…” (Hopkins, 2/25).
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