Southern Africa Appeals Remain Unfunded, 6m Face Hunger

From empty sky Thu Mar 7 2013, 06:55:00

Six million people in southern Africa are staring serious, severe food insecurity and hunger in the face and repeated appeals appear not to be achieving results. Angola, Lesotho, Malawi and Zimbabwe have lots of problems. Apart from their unique situations - infrastructure and people recovering from civil war in Angola (complete with landmines), the lasting impact of controversial land

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