Oxfam is responding in four countries and urging more international assistance to help people facing severe hunger.
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Climate-induced drought and a spike in global food prices due to the crisis in Ukraine are driving a humanitarian emergency.
A combination of factors is spreading suffering across the region. Oxfam is working with partners to alleviate hunger and push for solutions.
Nearly 90 percent of the country faces severe water shortages leaving 3.5 million people in extreme hunger after driest season in 40 years.
The effects of conflict, COVID-19, and climate change have intensified the global hunger crisis. Here are some of the world's hunger hotspots and the families experiencing extreme hunger.
Amid threats of pandemic, severe hunger, fighting, and floods, Oxfam and partners continue to assist South Sudanese.