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Water Wells for Africa (WWFA), a small nonprofit with a big humanitarian mission, has recently taken on an even more urgent task.
Text of unattributed report entitled "Committee says 1.5 million face food shortage" published by widely-read, privately-owned Malawian daily newspaper The Nation website on 7 October As President Bingu wa Mutharika continues to get international recognition for improving the country's food situation, an estimated 1.5 million people in six districts could face food shortage this year and need urgent action, according to a latest report by the Malawi Vulnerability Assessment Committee (MVAC).
Excerpt from report by state-owned Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) radio on 25 September [Presenter] His Excellency the president, Dr Bingu wa Mutharika, has said the current food crisis that has rocked the world poses a new threat to the stability of social framework and economic prosperity of all countries in the world, especially the small nations.
Former U.S. President Bill Clinton on Friday urged African governments to encourage people to take voluntary AIDS tests, saying it was the only way that newly available drugs would have an impact on the epidemic.
By Mabvuto Banda BLANTYRE (Reuters) - Malawi is in urgent need of food aid to feed 5 million people and escalating prices have put the staple maize beyond the reach of many in the poor southern African country, the agriculture minister said on Tuesday.
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