International Rescue Committee Highlights Food Crisis Plaguing South Sudan

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International Rescue Committee Highlights Food Crisis Plaguing South Sudan

by Storyful 2:28 mins

International Rescue Committee Highlights Food Crisis Plaguing South Sudan

by Storyful 2:28 mins

The International Rescue Committee (IRC) reports that right now South Sudan is suffering from the worst food emergency in the world with close to 4 million people facing starvation and 50,000 children at risk of dying by the end of the year.In response, the IRC say they are providing around-the-clock lifesaving nutritional support for children, emergency health care, clean water, sanitation services and other critical aid. This video features a report on the current humanitarian needs. Credit: YouTube\ InternationalRescueCommittee

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