Some good news: the El Niño weather phenomenon that caused drought and food insecurity for tens of millions of people in sub-Saharan Africa is almost over. Some bad news: the problems caused by the drought are far from over. Food insecurity will persist and actually get worse in some regions over the next years. After a year-long campaign to rally support for people affected by El Niño, the end seems no closer.
The southern part of Madagascar saw crops completely fail during the recent harvest. Rainfall in March returned to average, but that was not enough to make up for months of little to no rain. Many parts of the country are returning to n
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