Southern Africa: Over 24 Million People in Southern Africa Face Hunger, Malnutrition, and Water Scarcity Due to Extreme Weather Conditions, Oxfam Warns.

[Oxfam] Millions of people across Southern Africa, are grappling with the dual crises of hunger and flooding. Over half of Malawi’s 19 million population, six million people in Zambia, over three million in Zimbabwe, and three million more in Mozambique are facing hunger. Meanwhile, in Mozambique’s capital Maputo, floods wreaked havoc due to persistent heavy downpours that affected more than 50,000 people, barely two weeks after Tropical Storm Filipo hit parts of the country. 

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