Nowhere in the world people need more food and aid, according to a new study by two United Nations agencies.
More than 27 million people of the DRC – one of three population – agencies that are affected by what they call the “high point very late, contact the food.” This is about 13 million in 2018.
Seven million people struggling to survive now, “emergency level” of food insecurity, according to the analysis by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and the World Food Program (WFP).
This force was more than half a necessary food may be strove to achieve.
He says, for now, to provide for the life of saving food assistance to WFP DRC 8.7 million people.
“For the first time ever, we were able to analyze the population generally, and has helped us come closer to a true picture of the staggering smaller food insecurity of the DRC,” said Peter Musoko, WFP among those that are in the DRC.
Shortage back by conflict;
The conflict is a key driver of food insecurity in the DRC, especially toward the east, and in the central region of Kasai.
Aristides Ongon Obama, and the FAO in the things that are in heaven, for he says, “an engagement with him she returns to the east, and to the suffering of the DRC so as to produce large amounts of remains the same. ‘
There are many groups in more than 40 armed DRC. Also chief governor in the province of North Kivu is extremely too late to touch the parts of the body most of all, where there is a group of forces of the Allied Democratic Republic of, for it is they call it – both of which are associated with an Islamic republic – launches frequent attacks in the country. For some of the food from the province, to these suspicions the sudden levels.
Coronavirus pandemic and the impact of the spread of diseases such as rubella worsened its lucky Congolese.
Earlier this month, the reported cases, and more than 13,000 NGO Medecins sans frontieres rubella from the beginning of the year.
The pandemic also affected the economy of the DRC up the money and power of his 2021 budget by 38%.
These challenges to face, aid agencies trying to help provide emergency assistance and longer-term.
FAO said its priority this year is to improve farmers’ access to tools and seeds; and livestock and crops, and provide better storage to help fight the disease plants and animals.