East Africa: Food Insecurity Grips Region

The number of people requiring humanitarian assistance in the Horn of Africa could increase sharply in coming months due to below-average rainfall and high food and fuel prices, say aid workers.

Displaced people wait to be given food during a distribution organised by the UN World Food Programme, USAID and other local and international NGOs, in Mogadishu Somalia on September 2008.

  • East Africa:   Food Shortages Grip Horn of Africa

    UNIRIN, 18 May 2011

    The number of people requiring humanitarian assistance in the Horn of Africa could increase sharply in coming months due to below-average rainfall and high food and fuel prices,… Read more »

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