U.S. House Subcommittee Hearing Addresses Food Insecurity Crises In Middle East, African Nations

VOA News: U.S. Congressional Leaders Look for Answers to Africa’s Food Insecurity
“…On Thursday, … three experts testif[ied] before the U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee meeting on the ongoing food crisis in Yemen and the African nations of Nigeria, South Sudan, and Somalia. Labeled the worst food crisis since World War II, an estimated 28 million people now need humanitarian assistance. In all four countries, drought or climate challenges are being exacerbated by war…” (Solomon, 6/16).

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