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UN Food Organizations Call for More Support for Southern Africa as Climate Shock Increases

Southern Africa has been affected by late rains, extended dry periods, two major cyclones and economic challenges, all of which have been disastrous for food security in the region.

UN Food Organizations Call for More Support for Southern Africa as Climate Shock Increases

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