With an upsurge in interethnic violence in eastern Chad, record numbers of people may soon be unable to secure find food, aid analysts warn. “Crops have been growing exceptionally well this season but if farmers end up fleeing before they are able to harvest there will still be a big food crisis,” said Salif Sow, West African Representative of the network of organizations providing food security analysis, Famine Early Warning Systems Network. (FEWS NET).

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