UN AID CHIEF CALLS FOR ACCESS, FUNDS TO PREVENT SPREAD OF SOUTH SUDAN’S FAMINE

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In South Sudan, a mother kisses her baby, who is suffering from severe acute malnutrition with complications, including tuberculosis. Photo: UNICEF/Sebastian Rich

UN AID CHIEF CALLS FOR ACCESS, FUNDS TO PREVENT SPREAD OF SOUTH SUDAN’S FAMINE

Hundreds of thousands of people in South Sudan will starve unless relief workers gain access to needy populations and more funding is raised, the United Nations Emergency Relief Coordinator today warned after meeting malnourished children who fled the raging conflict in the country. Read more

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