Haiti Hunger: 1 in 3 People Need Urgent Food Aid

Already lacking water and basic services, residents of Canaan, Haiti, are now finding that food is becoming a luxury.

People are struggling to feed their families in Haiti.

Rising prices, socioeconomic unrest and a drop in agricultural production have led to an increase in food insecurity.

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New data shows more than 850,000 people do not have enough food in the metropolitan area of the capital alone.

Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo reports from Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

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