Internally displaced Yemenis whose camp was ravaged by fire receive food aid in a village near the port city of Hodeida earlier this month. Photo: AFP Internally displaced Yemenis whose camp was ravaged by fire receive food aid in a village near the port city of Hodeida earlier this month. Photo: AFP
Internally displaced Yemenis whose camp was ravaged by fire receive food aid in a village near the port city of Hodeida earlier this month. Photo: AFP

‘Catastrophic’ food shortages set to sweep world’s hunger hotspots driving up starvation and deaths, UN warns

  • More than 41 million people worldwide are at risk of falling into famine or famine-like conditions unless they receive immediate help
  • In Ethiopia, the number facing starvation and death is expected to rise to 401,000, the Food and Agriculture Organization and World Food Programme said

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Internally displaced Yemenis whose camp was ravaged by fire receive food aid in a village near the port city of Hodeida earlier this month. Photo: AFP Internally displaced Yemenis whose camp was ravaged by fire receive food aid in a village near the port city of Hodeida earlier this month. Photo: AFP
Internally displaced Yemenis whose camp was ravaged by fire receive food aid in a village near the port city of Hodeida earlier this month. Photo: AFP
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