. How Russia’s war in Ukraine is starving kids to death 3,000 miles away « JO LEE MAGAZINE

CBS – South Sudan is on the front line of climate change, which has brought the devastating floods, and along with it, famine.

The situation in the country was already dire, but the war raging 3,000 miles away in Ukraine has made it much worse.

That war has sent food and fuel prices soaring, and it has also sapped funding to aid organizations like the United Nations’ World Food Program (WFP). At a Global Food Security Summit in Berlin on Friday, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said 40 to 50 million more people around the world would be forced to deal with chronic hunger due to Russia’s war in Ukraine.

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