The UN World Food Programme (WFP) said this week that its nutrition programs in Burkina Faso may cease because of low funding. This means hungry children will not receive Plumpy’Sup, a food that fights potentially deadly malnutrition.
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The UN World Food Programme (WFP) said today it’s only funded at 27 percent of required resources to feed the hungry in Central African Republic. Over one million people are in desperate need of food aid as violence has escalated in the country in recent months.
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