WFP says requires $220M for drought-hit Zimbabwe
The United Nations’ food agency said on Wednesday it needed $220 million in funding to provide assistance to drought-hit Zimbabwe until March 2017.
The number of Zimbabweans requiring food aid has risen to 4 million, up from 3 million initially, as the southern African nation grapples with its worst drought in more than two decades.
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