Haiti hunger: 1 in 3 people need urgent food aid

Already lacking water and basic services, residents of Canaan, Haiti, are now finding that food is becoming a luxury.

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    People are struggling to feed their families in Haiti.

    Rising prices, socioeconomic unrest and a drop in agricultural production have led to an increase in food insecurity.

    New data shows more than 850,000 people do not have enough food in the metropolitan area of the capital alone.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from Port-au-Prince, Haiti.


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