The problem of hunger in Africa it is only the tip of the iceberg of the problem of poverty and malnutrition worldwide.
To date, and according to studies carried out by UNICEF and reports presented by representatives of the UN, it is known that more than half of the population of Africa needs food urgently.
According to Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), there are 27 countries in Africa that need help immediately. They obviously include countries such as Angola and Somalia.
These countries affected, not only by the hunger problem, owe in large part their situation to the constant droughts and armed conflicts that occur between neighboring regions of Malawi, Kenya and Zimbabwe,
It is because of the drought that African agriculture is in crisis. Bad weather and constant heat coupled with a poor distribution of its logistics resources make the African continent a vulnerable sector in matters of agricultural development, as shown by Research Institute on International Food Policies.
They have also reported that this situation has had as a primary consequence that 200 million people from different regions of Africa end up with serious malnutrition problems.
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