Harvest season provides meagre respite to South Sudan’s hunger crisis

Malnutrition rates soar especially among children, lean season forecast to start early The current harvest season in South Sudan will not end the hunger crisis as conflict persists in most of the country and hyperinflation puts food out of reach for many, according to the updated Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) released today by the Government of South Sudan, the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization, UN Children’s Fund, the World Food Programme, and other humanitarian partners.
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Issue: Right To Food Typology: Policies