DR Congo province remains cut off from humanitarian aid

05/3/2013 | IRINNews.org

The Democratic Republic of Congo's Katanga province has been inaccessible to aid workers for months, leading to severe malnutrition of the population. "There is a lack of basic services in every sector -- health, water, nutrition and agriculture -- and the conflict and displacement make an already bad situation much worse," says UNICEF's Quoc Nguyen.

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