In January, more than 5.3 million people, or nearly half the South Sudanese population, were struggling to find enough food each day. Prolonged dry spells, flooding – but, also, the ongoing violence – have all had an impact. The UN and other humanitarian agencies are struggling to provide basic necessities to those in need. Leslie Mirungu with more.
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