UNICEF wants $24.8 million for Eritrean fund

By Jeremy Clarke

ASMARA (Reuters) – The U.N. children’s agency UNICEF is appealing for $24.8 million to expand its programmes in Eritrea, where aid agencies say drought is causing widespread food shortages and child malnutrition.

By Jeremy Clarke

ASMARA (Reuters) – The U.N. children’s agency UNICEF is appealing for $24.8 million to expand its programmes in Eritrea, where aid agencies say drought is causing widespread food shortages and child malnutrition.

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