Hunger claims 18 lives in Wau state: official
At least 18 people have died of hunger in Besselia County in South Sudan’s
Wau State from July until August, a local official said.
Besselia County Commissioner Francis Ibrahim told Radio Tamazuj yesterday
that his county has been experiencing hunger, amid absence of humanitarian
organizations.The commissioner further said they plan to relocate
malnourished women and children from Mboro area to Wau town for treatment.
Wau State is one of the states which came into existence after President
Salva Kiir issued a controversial 'Establishment Order' in October 2015.
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