Famine must receive more of the world’s attention - CSMonitor.com
The Christian Science Monitor reports: "That famine could ravage millions of people in the 21st century seems
unthinkable. But somehow the same world that is agog at driverless cars
and looming trips to Mars is experiencing the worst humanitarian crisis
in seven decades.
As many as 20 million people face the threat of starvation in South
Sudan, northeast Nigeria, Somalia, and Yemen, according to the United
When the UN declares a famine, it isn’t saying that a crisis looms on
the horizon: It means that very bad things are already happening, that
many people have already died."
Comment: How unfortunate that this story is not receiving the press coverage that it should. If only famine victims had Twitter accounts, perhaps then their plight would be more newsworthy.