WFP Seeks Aid for South Sudan Flood Relief | Africanews

When it Rains it ¨Pours

Heavy seasonal rainfall causing devastating floods since June have impacted over 700,000 people across South Sudan — already in a precarious situation due to food shortages from an overwhelming locust infestation and a health crisis from the global Covid-19 pandemic.

A large part of the country is under water with the Nile River at its highest level in 50 years.

Adol Kur Akuei, a mother of 7 children who has been displaced by floods, is overwhelmed by the catastrophe, “In the village I come from, called…

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