The twin evils of famine and war kill children in South Sudan

The twin evils of famine and war kill children in South Sudan
By Christopher Cummins with AGENCIES
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Millions of South Sudanese children suffering famine and war

The UN refugee agency has highlighted the plight of children in South Sudan.


The twin evils of war and famine has created a humanitarian crisis of dreadful proportions.

As many as one million children have fled the world’s youngest country while another million are internally displaced.

The aid agencies are in a desperate race against time to save lives.

Water and sanitation are the focus for NGO’s more toilets, clean drinking water, soap, water treatment tablets all low-tech, but life saving.

What is developing is a perfect storm as South Sudan suffers Somalia, Nigeria and Yemen are suffering drought and violence with 20 million at risk.

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