20 January 2011
Growing signs of drought in the Horn of Africa could lead to food shortages in Somalia, Sudan and Ethiopia, while rising food prices may put its budget under pressure, the World Food Programme (WFP) said on Wednesday. "Certain regions that are prone to drought and weather variation are showing signs of cyclical food shortages," Sheila Sisulu, deputy executive director with the U.N. agency, told Reuters. "The Horn of Africa immediately comes to mind.
9 December 2009
Climate Change has left farmers in Syria doing something they have never done before - relying on food hand-outs.(..)According to the UN World Food Programme [WFP], about 1.3 million people are severely affected, and 300,000 are in urgent need of help.
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- Sao Tome and Principe - Market and Food Security Profile, November 2011
- Sao Tome et Principe - Analyse globale de la securite alimentaire et de la vulnerabilite, July 2009