RAINFALL POSES A THREATS TO ZIMBABWE’S FAMINE

  The United Nations Food Food Program said it requires 75 million dollars to ensure food security in the country but to date have only received one third of the standard

The long-term drought in southernwestern Zimbabwe has led to lack of food security and livestock that is the main source of life struggling to survive while the people are moving too long to find water. The United Nations Food Food Program said it requires 75 million dollars to ensure food security in the country but to date have only received one third of the standard.

The canoe is located about 600 miles [600 km] southwest of Harare’s capital in the Matebeleland region where crops usually fail to grow because of the slight rainfall. so animals in this state of depression are not just a sign of wealth but a source of life; They are sold or replaced by maize maize that are used to prepare the mainstream food in the country such as SADZA or PURPOSE.

The pastors are going to find water for their livestock as well as on the pond of the Tigers that have been broken up.

The donors say they will come to make repairs at the pool, but they have not yet arrived. No one arrives to make repairs. so when the water is over here we must walk a long way to give our cow a drink of water.


Some villagers in Zimbabwe
others want to get water for their cattle, but while the summer season continues, the well-shaped wells are spinning, things are not good at all, said Mpumelo Dungeni. “Droughts this year has been very bad. Our cattle die because they do not have enough water to drink. We walk long enough to ensure that the cow is getting fresh water. We ask the government to intervene and solve our water problem. they must make this pool. We have not seen the government. we see you and we hope you will send them this message “.

Presidential government officials Emmerson Mnangagwa in Bulawayo is a city near us where charities are usually going to help the villagers.

The World Food Organization says it needs 75 million dollars to ensure food security during the seasonal harvest season in Zimbabwe for the next six months. The USAID food security program has provided $ 22 millionHe explained that food security shortages are now due to long periods of summer during 2017 to 2018 rainy season in some areas of Zimbabwe.

WFP Zimbabwe director Eddie Rowe said Zimbabwe is estimated to have 28 percent of the population living in rural areas who are facing a major challenge facing food shortages in the 2018 – 2019 agricultural seasonwe talk about 2.4 million people who have no food because they do not have the ability or fail to meet their needs in their homes.

During the few rainy season that will continue until May 2019, the WFP says it works to talk about fast food needs.

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