WFP to reduce food rations in Central Darfur camps

By IAfrica
In Sudan
Aug 31st, 2014

The UN World Food Programme (WFP) will reduce the food rations for the population of the camps for the displaced in Wadi Salih locality in Central Darfur.

A camp sheikh informed Radio Dabanga from Garsila camp that the monthly food rations provided by the WFP will be reduced from eight 100kg sacks of sorghum for every fifty displaced to six sacks.

“They decided to reduce the food rations at a time in which the prices of food ate skyrocketing at the markets. A 100kg sack of millet now costs SDG500 ($87), a bottle of cooking oil SDG30 ($5.20), and a ratul (450 grams) of dried okra SDG40 ($7).”

File photo: A WFP store in Darfur


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