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From Zambia to Afghanistan, WFP warns El Niño’s extreme weather is causing a surge in hunger

  • Extreme weather linked to El Nino is causing hunger in nations like Zambia and Afghanistan, prompting the World Food Programme to seek aid from donors.
  • Southern Africa, hit hard by floods and drought over three years, faces a food crisis with 40-80% of corn crops lost in Malawi, Zimbabwe, and Zambia.
  • The UN agency's urgent call for $409 million aims to help 4.8 million people in Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe combat the impact of destroyed crops.
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