Famine in Sub-Saharan Africa
By: Cole Mitchell and Michael Richard
Background of the Issue
Solutions to The Problem
Droughts have caused the failure of many harvests of rice, groundnuts, millets, maize, sorghum, and other staple crops, leaving little food to be stored in the region’s granaries. Aid agencies and governments are now bracing to reach remote communities before the situation deteriorates into a famine.
Our plan is to start food distribution centers in the heart of Sub-Saharan Africa. Our hope is that this will supply Africa with the means to start rebulding the agricultre industry.