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Food crisis rapidly deteriorating, African continent amongst most hit

By France24
14 July 2022   |   7:41 am
Olympic champion Mo Farah has revealed he was trafficked to Britain as a child from Djibouti. The war in Ukraine has deepened a food emergency that's affecting a staggering 346 million people in parts of Africa. And communities in Niger are ramping up training in farming and food production hoping to take more of a lead in the response to the country's food crises.

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