4.4 million Nigerians facing ‘catastrophic food conditions’

4.4 million Nigerians facing ‘catastrophic food conditions’
4.4 million Nigerians facing ‘catastrophic food conditions’

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - GENEVA — Some 4.4 million people in Nigeria are facing what the UN humanitarian office, OCHA, is describing as “catastrophic food conditions”.

A combination of insecurity caused by terrorist groups, the effects of climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic, have meant that people in the northeast of the country are struggling to get enough to eat; OCHA says 775,000 are at “extreme risk”.

Many are farmers but are unable to grow their crops fearing for their personal safety, and so rely on humanitarian support “as their only lifeline”. — UN News


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