Madagascar Likely To Face Persistent Food Insecurity Following El Niño-Induced Crop Failures, U.N. Says

U.N. News Centre: Severe hunger in southern Madagascar likely persist into 2017 due to drought-hit crops, U.N. warns
“The impact of severe El Niño-induced drought on crop production in southern Madagascar, where nearly 850,000 people are acutely food insecure, is likely to persist into 2017 and requires an intensified humanitarian response, the United Nations agriculture agency said [Thursday]…” (10/27).