Lack of food in Africa
By: Mitchell meurer
Results from a recent study of current living conditions throughout Africa report that more than one billion people do not have enough clean water to provide for their basic human needs. As a result, more than 2,500 children are dying each day.
At a food distribution site in Zinder, Bogobira and her nine-month-old baby Fatima wait for a ration. Fatima's twin sister died four weeks ago from malnutrition, diarrhoea and vomiting. roughly one in five Africans still frequently go without food at 17%
Half a million children still face malnutrition in Niger, a year after it was struck by a devastating drought.
In case you don't know what they are they are watering systems we would hook up hoses and they would shoot up and hit the cone and spray out in all directions getting to all the plants roots.
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