UN Food Aid in Drought-Hit Zimbabwe Stalls on Dollar ShortagesBy
UN agency provides about 300,000 people with funds to buy food
WFP may switch to providing food from storage facilities
The United Nations’ World Food Programme has stopped giving some people money to buy food in its initiative that helps 300,000 people affected by drought in Zimbabwe because of the nation’s lack of dollars.
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