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What We’re Reading: Sounding the Alarm in the Sahel

UN sounds alarm over growing hunger in the Sahel – Millions of people in Africa’s Sahel region need urgent help to cope with food shortages brought on by erratic rainfall and drought, and at least 1 million children in the area face malnutrition next year, UN agencies warned. The World Food Program estimates that between... Read More »
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