Zimbabwe need at-least R4.3bn in food-aid to survive the current drought worsen by sanctions and El Nino
The United Nations agency operating in drought-stricken Zimbabwe says needs it needs at-least R4.3 billion to rescue the people of the country from food crisis.
Reuters reported: the United Nations Development Programme has raised $70 million since February for humanitarian aid for drought-stricken Zimbabwe but has a funding gap of $290 million for assistance until March next year, a U.N. official said on Monday.
An El Nino-induced drought has hit southern Africa and cut the output of the staple maize crop. In March, the government said 4 million Zimbabweans required food aid, almost 30 percent of the population.
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