75,000 children in Nigeria could die from hunger over the next year

by Kevin Sieff

Women wait for food to be distributed at an internally displaced persons camp in Monguno, Nigeria. Photo: Jane Hahn/The Washington Post
Women wait for food to be distributed at an internally displaced persons camp in Monguno, Nigeria. Very little aid has reached those in need in Borno State, where it is estimated that more than 3 million people have been affected by a long-running conflict. Photo: Jane Hahn/The Washington Post

The crisis in northeastern Nigeria has morphed into something much more deadly. Boko Haram is no longer the biggest threat. Now, it’s hunger.

 

See full story at https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2016/10/14/75000-children-in-nigeria-could-die-from-hunger-over-the-next-year/

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