Food aid for millions of Ethiopians will run out by the end of June, according to the United Nations.
The UN says if nothing is done, the country’s food crisis could expand and destabilize a region with two neighboring countries already facing famine.
The Ethiopian government has spent $381 million In the past three years to help its citizens deal with the effects of the ongoing drought. This indicates the government can and does respond to domestic problems, but some say it may not have enough money and resources to keep up with the current crisis. Ethiopia’s government says it needs more than $1 billion in emergency assistance.
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