U.N. Officials Express Concern Over Humanitarian Crises In Sudan, S. Sudan

News outlets report on the worsening food security and humanitarian crises in Sudan and South Sudan.

Agence France-Presse: S. Sudan facing major food crisis: U.N.
“Millions of people in war-wracked South Sudan are facing a food shortage as the rainy season approaches, a top U.N. official warned Tuesday, denouncing inadequate funding for humanitarian aid efforts…” (3/25).

U.N. News Centre: U.N. officials appeal for urgent funding for relief operations in Sudan and South Sudan
“With the humanitarian situation in Sudan deteriorating and neighboring South Sudan ‘imploding,’ United Nations relief officials today appealed to donors to urgently fund life-saving activities in the two countries, both of which are in desperate need of assistance…” (3/25).

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