Erratic weather and locust invasion trigger food crisis in MadagascarListen /
Poor harvest, bad weather and a locust invasion in Madagascar have caused serious food shortages.
The production of rice and maize, staple foods in the Indian Ocean island, has seriously declined. Millions of people are now food insecure and a further 9.5 million are at risk, the UN agencies warn.
David Orr, WFP spokesperson in Johannesburg, South Africa, spoke to UN Radio's Patrick Maigua.