The SDGs we aim to achieve
Food shortages are South Sudan’s biggest problem.
The food shortage is the biggest problem in South Sudan.
Fighting has reduced food production, displacing livestock and making it difficult to obtain food sources instead. Prolonged drought, flooding, grain diseases, and pest damage have caused agricultural production, which depends primarily on rainwater, to suffer severely.
Specifically, due to high food prices and reduced availability of food products in the market
This is due to.
Weight malnutrition continues in the area of living, and the number of underweight malnourished children under the age of five is about 860,000.
Seeing their thin limbs, small backs, and protruding spines, I was determined to reduce the number of such children by one.
And children must be created in an environment that provides them with adequate nutritional needs
FRUITS will continue to expand its activities to directly support the children of South Sudan.
FRUITS will continue to expand its activities to directly support children in South Sudan.