05 May 1998
Starving Sudanese eat seeds meant for crops
AID agencies fear starving Sudanese will eat seeds that have been delivered for crops instead of planting them.
They are concerned that 350,000 people will be starving by October unless food supplies are allowed into the south of the country soon.
Poor harvests, drought and national conflict means the country is facing its worst famine in nearly 10 years.
- The Scotsman 05/05/98 page 22
- The Daily Telegraph 05/05/98 page 17