Food security improves in South Sudan but concerns remain

South Sudanese women sell produce along the road. Credit: UN Photo/JC McIlwaine

The food situation has improved in South Sudan, but there are still concerns that many people do not have enough to eat according to an official of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).

The new African nation is facing a crisis sparked by fighting that broke out between government and rebel forces in December 2013.

Almost two million people have been displaced.

Evans Kenyi, FAO food Security analyst talked to Evanna Moussa about the food situation in the conflict-torn country.

Duration: 3'19"

 

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