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Joao Diniz afirmó: “Desde la reducción de las cosechas, producto de los extremos causados por el cambio climático, el aumento de los precios de los alimentos debido a trastornos en las cadenas logísticas, hasta la intensa pauperización de familias debido a la crisis económica y la desigualdad que ha profundizado la pandemia han potenciado los escenarios del hambre en nuestra región. Estamos retornando a escenarios en donde las familias deben recortar raciones y eliminar de su dieta alimentos que simplemente no pueden comprar” External link

newsinamerica Friday, October 22, 2021 2:04:00 AM CEST

Fabian Ndenzako said: “Given South Sudan’s increased vulnerability to multiple shocks such as flooding and infectious disease outbreaks, strengthening coordination, disease surveillance and response, health information and access to essential health services is critical to reduce their impact on the population by reducing levels of illness, disability and death” External link

reliefWeb Thursday, October 21, 2021 11:42:00 AM CEST

Arafat Jamal expressed: “People have lived with flooding for millennia, but they have been able to cope. They have been able to move to higher ground when the floods are there, and then come down when they recede. But when you have a high-level flooding year after year, that destroys the crops and does not allow you to replant. That is when you have got an erosion (in) peoples’ ability to survive,” External link

voanews Wednesday, October 20, 2021 4:47:00 PM CEST

Arafat Jamal says: “I have seen people stranded on islands. I have heard from people who have had to survive by eating grass and roots. And we have also heard of people who have had to walk for 10 days to access dry land. It is also hugely destructive in terms of assets. This is an agricultural country and a country that depends upon its herds of cattle,” External link

voanews Wednesday, October 20, 2021 4:47:00 PM CEST

Joao Diniz afirmó: “Desde la reducción de las cosechas, producto de los extremos causados por el cambio climático, el aumento de los precios de los alimentos debido a trastornos en las cadenas logísticas, hasta la intensa pauperización de familias debido a la crisis económica y la desigualdad que ha profundizado la pandemia han potenciado los escenarios del hambre en nuestra región. Estamos retornando a escenarios en donde las familias deben recortar raciones y eliminar de su dieta alimentos que simplemente no pueden comprar” External link

hsbnoticias Tuesday, October 19, 2021 9:57:00 PM CEST

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