February 6, 2013 (JUBA) - South Sudan on Wednesday made an emergency appeal in order to avert a looming hunger crisis in Eastern Equatoria state, saying lack of food items has forced villagers there to sell their livestock amid reports that more than 10 people have died.
The commissioner of Eastern Equatoria’s Kapoeta North county, Lokai Iko, said on a visit to the capital Juba, his first since 2005, that the area is experiencing severe food shortage forcing some people to eating wild (...)
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