In South Sudan, a Never-Ending Hunger Season Puts Millions in Danger    

written by MEGAN SPECIA and KASSIE BRACKEN. added about 1 year ago by @icyflame ARCHIVES

south-sudan government famine    

More than four years of civil war — most of this young country’s existence — have chased millions from their homes, leaving countless farms abandoned. The economy has been obliterated. Fighting has overcome some of the nation’s most productive land. Food prices are ruinously high. Even during harvest time in January, when food was most abundant, more than five million people — almost half the population — did not have enough to eat.

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