UN launches huge plan to end hunger in Zimbabwe

The United Nations Food Program has launched a huge $253 million plan to completely wipe out hunger in Zimbabwe. The five-year plan will aim to help people who are struggling for food aids due to the destructive impact of the recent drought.

The drought, named, El-Nino had scorched crops and killed live stocks in the nation and around 4 Million people were left in need for food aid.

“While maintaining strong humanitarian assistance, the WFP Zimbabwe’s new country strategic plan focuses on supporting longer-term national social protection and resilience efforts, strengthening the systems and institutions needed to help achieve zero hunger,”  A spokesperson noted.

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