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As donations and relief continues to pour into famine-stricken Yemen, South Sudan and Somalia, the central African nation of Chad is grappling with a crisis just as staggering.

The country which ranks 186th out of 188 countries on the UN’s Humanitarian Index, is grappling with the effects of climate change, a lack of drinking water and the ongoing presence of militant group Boko Haram.

Tys Occhiuzzi finds out how all these factors have shaped one of the world’s most significant health crises.

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Tuesday, October 17 2017
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Featured in storyRobyn Alders, Associate Professor at the School of Life and Environmental Sciences, University of SydneyFrances Kennedy, United Nations World Food Programme
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