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Hunger Hotspots: Early Warnings of Acute Food Insecurity

Hunger Hotspots: Early Warnings of Acute Food Insecurity

According to a recent UN report, food insecurity is soaring in twenty “hunger hotspots”, many of them in sub-Saharan Africa.  Four countries in particular are currently at greatest risk: Ethiopia, Nigeria, South Sudan and Yemen.  Click here for a summary of the report’s warnings.  To access the full 48-page report, click here

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