Farmers tend to their groundnut and sorghum crops in Lubule, Torit County, South Sudan, as a part of the Food for Assets program, a USAID/World Food Programme/Plan International program to help feed vulnerable people. Less than normal rains have led to deep concern for the success of the growing season among farmers and WFP officials.
Farmers tend to their groundnut and sorghum crops in Lubule, Torit County, South Sudan, as a part of the Food for Assets program, a USAID/World Food Programme/Plan International program to help feed vulnerable people. Less than normal rains have led to deep concern for the success of the growing season among farmers and WFP officials.
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