It hasn't rained since November 2018 in Southern Angola leaving thousands of farmers without enough grass and water for the cattle, no harvest and little hope. The United Nations Children's Fund has said this is the worst drought the country has faced in decades with at least 2.3 million people at high risk of suffering malnutrition.
Drought Leaves 2 Million Food Insecure in Angola
VOA, 27 May 2019
Southern Angola is facing the worst drought in decades, with at least 2.3 million people at high risk of suffering malnutrition because they couldn’t get enough food, the… Read more »
U.S.$3 Million Granted for Namibe Drought Victims
ANGOP, 2 May 2019
The Angolan government has in first phase released one billion Kwanzas to drill 37 holes of water, food supplies, medicine and medical assistance and fuels to support… Read more »
Drought in Cunene Requires Immediate Solutions
ANGOP, 29 January 2019
The drought situation in the province of Cunene requires concrete and immediate solutions to reach the population affected by water shortages, said Tuesday in Ondjiva the Minister… Read more »
Agriculture Ministry Has 750,000 Euros to Tackle Drought in Cunene
ANGOP, 25 April 2019
At least 750,000 have been made available for the construction of 15 water wells, vaccines and medicines acquisition for bovine cattle to tackle the drought that has devastated the… Read more »
Drought Victims to Benefit From Assistance in Cuando Cubango
ANGOP, 22 April 2019
At least 70, 380 peasant families affected by drought in the last three months in the south-east province of Cuando Cubango will soon receive Government support of various goods. Read more »
Over One Million Angolans Affected By Drought
ANGOP, 17 January 2019
Studies of the food Resilience and Nutrition Security Programme in Angola (FRESAN) conducted in 2018 indicate that over 1.1 million Angolans living in the southern provinces of… Read more »
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