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Aid agencies have launched a fund raising campaign in response to the fate of millions affected by drought in Ethiopia. Sudan Tribune reports that officials from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) said the agencies have launched a 90 days campaign to raise awareness on the urgent need for additional funding for the drought crisis in the country. According to Reuters, the government and the United Nations have asked for $1.4 billion to feed 10.2 million people. displayAdvert("mpu_3") I cannot even sell my cattle and use the money to buy food because they are emaciated and no one will buy them from me. World Food Programme (WFP) said funding shortages mean food aid is in short supply and malnutrition will increase dramatically if donor money runs out in May. “Over the course of last year in many places it simply didn’t rain. That obviously has an impact on agriculture but also on drinking water, for those in areas used to accessing shallow water wells, many of them have dried up which is also a factor in driving displacement,” said Paul Handley, Head of the UN office For the coordination of humanitarian affairs in Ethiopia. The current
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