South Sudan conflict: 3.7m in ‘need of food’, says UN

February 2, 2014
Health & Environmental
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“The United Nations has said it estimates 3.7 million people are in acute need of food in South Sudan as a result of the civil conflict there. The UN’s humanitarian co-ordinator in South Sudan Toby Lanzer told the BBC $1.3bn (£790m) was needed to deal with the crisis. Violence broke out in South Sudan on 15 December, starting as violence between rival army factions.”

Source: BBC News – South Sudan conflict: 3.7m in ‘need of food’, says UN

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