Malawi-Angola: Food crises and response

From Face of Malawi Tue Dec 18 2012, 08:40:38

Prolonged dry spells have driven almost four million people to food insecurity in Malawi and oil-rich Angola, in Southern Africa. Humanitarian aid agencies have been trying to shine a spotlight on crises in the region, even as the situations in Syria and the Sahel continue to dominate headlines. Squeezed supplies and a towering inflation rate [...]

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