Drought In Southern Africa Threatens About 45 Million People

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Drought in Southern Africa Threatens About 45 Million People
Drought in Southern Africa Threatens About 45 Million People

Due to low precipitation and high-temperature problems in southern Africa countries such as South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, these countries are thought to suffer from food and water shortages.

Millions of poor people facing extreme food insecurity await food aid.

International aid agency Oxfam reported on Thursday (November 7th) that some regions of Zimbabwe have suffered the lowest rainfall since 1981. Therefore, Zambia’s rich cornfields yielded very little crops and export was banned.

105 elephants were killed in Zimbabwe National Parks due to drought.

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