South Sudan: A Year after Averting Famine, ‘Food Insecurity Outlook Has Never Been So Dire’


One year after famine was declared in parts of South Sudan, three United Nations agencies on 26 February 2018 warned that without sustained humanitarian assistance and access, more than seven million people in the crisis-torn country– almost two-thirds of the population – could become severely food insecure in the coming months.

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IOM/Bannon | Internally displaced persons (IDPs) line up early in the morning for a general food distribution at the UN Protection of Civilians Site, Malakal, South Sudan.

 

 

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