South Sudan: UN’s World Food Programme airdrops supplies in bid to “stop famine in its tracks” | AFP

Severe hunger persists in South Sudan and the World Food Programme says it is expected to worsen if assistance is not scaled up. The WFP has three planes operating airdrops in the country to supply aid to people that are difficult to access, like those who have sought refuge from conflict in the swampy land of the Sudd.

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