Mozambique: Almost 220.000 People At Risk of Food Insecurity in Sofala

[AIM] Maputo — Mozambique’s relief agency, the National Institute for Disaster Risk Management and Reduction (INGD), has announced that almost 220.000 people may be at risk of food insecurity in the central province of Sofala as a result of a lack of rain which is believed to be related to the “El Niño’ phenomenon. 

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