DR Congo faces food insecurity despite aid

In war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo, aid is not turning into food security – leaving populations close to famine.           Bureaucracy can lead to food sitting in warehouses while local communities face hunger [Molly McCluskey/Al Jazeera] Goma, Democratic Republic of Congo – When the World Food Programme delivered aid to internally displaced people in the camps nearest to Goma, it did so after several months of warnings that funding shortages could lead to famine conditions.   Months had passed since the last delivery of aid to the camps. During…

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