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Act now ‘to prevent tragedy’ in Africa’s Sahel food security crisis The world appears reluctant to open its wallets to comfort organizations dedicated to saving the lives of Africa’s kids until it’s official. Related StoriesUBC scientists reveal fresh weapon to fight malnutritionExperts to assemble at DOHaD congress to handle challenges that impact health of children, adolescentsInfants born with mutation in PLVAP gene develop serious protein losing enteropathy UNICEF’s advertising campaign asks users of Facebook, Twitter and other cultural media to spread the term, and fund the organization, which has the technology, logistical staff and ability, to treat these small children and help them recover from the reversible effects of severe, acute malnutrition, the editorial writes, noting, UNICEF requirements about $120 million to deal with the crisis in Sahel, which it has raised only one-quarter. the problem is normally compared by The editorial in the Sahel to a famine in early spring of 2011, where relief workers in Somalia were caution of the impending crisis, to little impact, and concludes, This example is now getting replicated in the Sahel Click to read more .

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