diario16.com.- The United Nations World Food Program is forced to reduce food rations for Sahrawi refugees living in Algeria
The lack of funds available from the World Food Program (WFP) of the United Nations has as consequence that Sahrawi refugees living in the camps in Algeria receive reduced rations of food that do not meet the minimum daily needs.
WFP has had to distribute less food as a last resort in order to extend food assistance to refugees over time. The problem is that the hundreds of thousands of Sahrawis living in the Algerian camps have already received limited rations for decades that the cuts in the WFP budget have caused them to be further reduced to the point where the risk of malnutrition and anemia will increase dangerously. Read more