Millions in South Sudan surviving on food aid

Aid organisations say the fighting makes reaching those in need difficult.

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    Years of conflict in South Sudan has left more than half of its 12 million population in need of food aid for survival.

    Many have been displaced from their homes and farms and aid organisations say fighting makes it hard to reach those in need.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Hiba Morgan has more.


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