New Nation of Southern Sudan Seeks to Develop Agriculture

Published on 29 June 2011

During more than two decades of war, the people of southern Sudan relied heavily on food aid brought in by foreign aid agencies. (..) Michelle Iseminger is with the World Food Program. “They are trying to support the WFP in doing an established food strategic grain reserve. So in times of crisis or high food prices, the government then could release food out into the market and/or as free distribution," she said.

Related Links

VOA News (USA)