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30 December 2019

Millions of Zimbabweans Pushed into Hunger by Drought and Spiralling Economic Meltdown (For the Media)

Millions of Zimbabweans pushed into hunger by prolonged drought and economic crisis face an increasingly desperate situation unless adequate funding for a major relief operation materialises quickly, the United Nations World Food Programme has warned.
With nearly eight million people – half the population – now food insecure, WFP plans to double the number of people it assists - up to 4.1 million - but needs over US$200 million for its emergency response in the first half of 2020 alone.
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Zimbabwe Cash transfers Climate Droughts Food Security Smallholder Farmers Video for the Media
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