Oxfam boss urges the world not to turn their back on 6.5million people suffering in Malawi

Oxfam boss urges the world not to turn their back on 6.5million people suffering in Malawi
 

THE men facing down soldiers to steal charcoal so their family can eat one meal that day.
The women sneaking out at night to exchange sex for food.
Children missing school to sell plastic bags, just to earn enough to feed their grandparents.
These are the dangerous new trends across Malawi amid a crisis that’s left 6.5million people – more than the population of Scotland – facing food insecurity after the country was hit by the worst drought to affect southern Africa in 35 years.
Scotland’s relationship with Malawi stretches back to Dr David Livingstone and the country – one of Africa’s... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 40
Source: Daily Record
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