Zimbabwe Faces Worsening Malnutrition Rates Among Children, UNICEF Says

News outlets continue to discuss findings of a UNICEF report describing worsening malnutrition rates among children in Zimbabwe and the country’s appeal for $1.6 million in aid.

Agence France-Presse: Zimbabwe faces worst malnutrition in 15 years: UNICEF (3/14).

BBC News: Zimbabwe hunger may spiral out of control, U.N. warns (3/15).

Deutsche Welle: Report: Zimbabwe says millions need food aid (3/15).

U.N. News Centre: Zimbabwe facing worst malnutrition rates in 15 years — UNICEF (3/15).

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