Sri Lankan floods could leave 400,000 children without enough food

Guardian: Up to 400,000 children in Sri Lanka are facing a food crisis caused by devastating floods, a children's charity warned as it launched a £1m appeal to help those in the worst-hit areas today. As the floodwaters begin to recede, many of the 350,000 displaced people driven into temporary refugee camps are returning home only to find that their homes, schools, crops and livelihoods have been wiped out by the rains. In the worst-affected part of the country, the Eastern Province, the damage to agricultural......

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