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Subject: food security

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Poor countries losing out on climate finance

Many donors are over-reporting the value of the climate finance they provide to the world's poorest countries by a large margin, an Oxfam analysis published today has found. ...

Oxfam - Poor countries losing out on climate finance

Many donors are over-reporting the value of the climate finance they provide to the world's poorest countries by a large margin, an Oxfam analysis published today has found. ...

Yemenis struggle to find bare essentials three years on from first Saudi airstrikes

Food price shock adds to war's misery ...

Yemen being pushed ever closer to famine

1,000 days of war and a crippling blockade is starving its people. ...

Millions face severe hunger but DRC funding crisis threatens delivery of aid

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A family affected by climate change

People in poorer countries five times more likely to be displaced by extreme weather

People in low and lower-middle income countries were five times more likely to be forced from their homes by "sudden-onset" weather disasters, like floods and storms, than people in richer...

Governments failing poor farmers in climate change fight

A new Oxfam report published today finds that, despite repeated pledges of funding, small farmers in poor countries are not getting the help they need to feed their families and adapt to climate...

South Sudan: famine pushed back but more people hungry than ever before

Commenting on the results of Integrated Food Security Phase Classification (IPC) update released today by the government, UN agencies and NGOs which finds the two counties of Leer and Mayendit moving...

REACTION: G7 consensus crumbles at the expense of the world's poorest people

Commenting on the G7 summit communiqué, Oxfam said leaders had failed to address the key challenges facing the world's poorest people. ...

As world faces unprecedented famine threat G7 should pay up and push for peace

G7 leaders meeting in Taormina, Sicily, on 26-7 May should take the lead in fighting famine and immediately fund nearly half ($2.9 billion) of the UN's urgent appeal to avoid catastrophic hunger...

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