Airdrops Bring Food To Remote Villages In South Sudan


World Food Programme

Published on Mar 28, 2014

WFP is airdropping food into areas of South Sudan that are unreachable because of flooding and insecurity. Airdrops are usually avoided because they are costly but many people in isolated refugee camps need food urgently as food stocks have dwindled and rains have blocked roads.

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