No Famine, But Millions on the Brink in East Africa
The UN and other humanitarian partners say the accepted technical definition of famine no longer applies in some parts of South Sudan and Somalia but the situation still remains dire.
FAO, 21 June 2017
More than 6 million people now facing hunger driven largely by conflict Read more »
South Sudan refugee Children eating food.
South Sudan: Famine is Over, but Situation Remains Dire - UN
Deutsche Welle, 21 June 2017
UN aid agencies have downgraded the severity of famine that had been gripping parts of South Sudan. But there are still higher than ever levels of extreme hunger across the… Read more »
Al Jazeera, 21 June 2017
South Sudan no longer has areas in famine, but almost two million people are on the brink of starvation, the country's government and the United Nations said in reports. Read more »