Zimbabwe’s Dry Areas Appeal For Food Aid and Water Supplies
Zimbabwe's drought-prone southwest is facing food insecurity as livestock – the main source of livelihood – is struggling to survive and going long distances in search of water.
The United Nations World Food Program says it needs about $75 million to ensure food security for Zimbabwe but so far has received only about a third of that amount. Columbus Mavhunga reports for VOA News from Bulawayo.
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