The UN World Food Programme (WFP), in a report released today, says it urgently needs funds for its relief mission in the Central African Republic. WFP says it’s “facing immediate shortfalls from January. From February there will be a near complete break in stocks (90% shortfall).”
The UN food agency relies entirely on voluntary donations. As conflict has escalated in the Central African Republic, so too has the hunger crisis.
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