Families in S.Sudan Forced to Eat Wild Grass to Survive


CCTV Africa

Published on Aug 28, 2014

The United Nations is warning that nearly 4 million people are facing food insecurity in South Sudan. Fighting broke out at the end of 2013, forcing people to flee their homes and fields. As a result, planting was delayed, and food stockpiles looted. Now, families are eating whatever they can to survive. UNICEF says without urgent international help, many will die of starvation. Clementine Logan has more.

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