Millions Remain In Need Of Food Aid In Somalia Despite Decline In Famine Risk, FEWS NET Assessment Says

Devex: Risk of famine declines in Somalia, but millions still need food aid
“The risk of famine in Somalia from an ongoing food security crisis has declined, but some 5.4 million are still in need of aid, according to an assessment released Monday by the Food Security and Nutrition Analysis Unit — Somalia and Famine Early Warning Systems Network. The biannual assessment forecasts the food security situation in Somalia for the next six months…” (Jerving, 1/29).

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