The Federal Government of Nigeria says it has adopted some measures to reduce the price of food items.
At the same time that King Mswati III told his subjects that Swaziland had been saved from the drought because people believed in God, the World Food Program reported 250,000 Swazi people would nee
Yier Bokoch, 28, crawls out of his tiny hut in Nan'golei village in the border trading centre of Illeret but he is too weak to stand up.
At least 20 million people are facing starvation with 11.2 million in dire need of food in the Horn of Africa due to drought. There were two consecutive poor rain seasons in 2016.
Johannesburg - A UN report says that more than 120 000 Nigerians likely will suffer "catastrophic" famine-like conditions caused by Boko Haram's Islamic uprising, among 11 million confronting sever
Large acres of farms across Ghana have been invaded by army worms which have destroyed crops completely.
Rabat – Two new fungal diseases capable of destroying whole wheat crops around the world have been discovered, with crops in the Mediterranean at particular risk, according to a study conducted by
Scientists are concerned over the proliferation of highly virulent fungal wheat diseases, including two new races of yellow rust – one in Europe and North Africa and the other taking hold in East
Maputo — The World Food Program (WFP) plans to assist 700,000 people via its food aid programs in central and southern Mozambique, the agency announced Tuesday in Maputo.
The number of Kenyans in need of relief food has risen to 2.7 million from 1.3 million last year, a government agency has said.
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