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Major drought in Suriname: emergency aid in starting blocks, but still not forthcoming

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Suriname is facing extreme drought. Rivers in the interior are almost dried up. Food shortages are looming. The Surinamese government can start a disaster plan at any moment to provide food aid to inland villages, but aid has yet to arrive. Most inland villages depend on boat transport. Villages in Sipaliwini, the largest district of the country and accounting for about 80% of the land, have been hit hardest by the drought. Due to the drought ov…

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