Ethiopia: Half of Tigray region faces ‘severe’ food shortage
26 August 2022 | 5:15 am
Even with humanitarian convoys allowed to enter Tigray, rates of malnutrition have skyrocketed, according to the World Food Program. The UN officials warned that the situation is likely to get worse.
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