Millions in Somalia facing hunger as drought continues

Millions in somalia facing hunger as drought continues

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Millions in Somalia facing hunger as drought continues” – below is their description.

Somalia has missed its fifth rainy season in a row, forcing many to abandon their farms. More than seven million people are facing food insecurity in the country.

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