MSF Says U.N. Failing In Northeast Nigeria, As Food Crisis Kills Hundreds Daily

The Guardian: U.N. accused of failing as north-east Nigeria at risk of famine
“The U.N. has been accused of failing to act quickly enough to save hundreds of thousands of lives in northern Nigeria where a food crisis already killing hundreds of people a day is poised to become the most devastating in decades. … Isabelle Mouniaman, head of Médecins Sans Frontières operations in Nigeria, said MSF has been raising the alarm in northern Nigeria for two years and U.N. organizations have failed to respond…” (Greenwood, 7/14).

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