Malawi crisis mirrors African famine

Fellows Fall 2002

By Matthew Algeo

June 05, 2009

Food problems in the small African nation of Malawi are typical of a hunger crisis that affects more than 20 countries on the continent. In Malawi, flooding ruined crops, and government officials are accused of selling grain reserves for personal profit. Matthew Algeo of Maine Public Radio reports.

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