UN Food Agency Seeks $220 Million for Zimbabweans Hit by DroughtBy
Programme will give nation's citizens food and cash to buy it
Number in need may hit 4 million by March 2017, minister says
The World Food Programme said it’s seeking $220 million to help feed Zimbabweans affected by the southern African country’s worst drought in two decades.
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