It has been described as the world’s worst hunger crisis in a decade.
And it has feared the situation in Ethiopia’s northern region of Tigray will become even more bleak.
The UN has suspended all humanitarian flights to the region’s capital Mekelle.
After 11 months of conflict in Ethiopia’s Tigray region, millions of people are displaced and nearly half a million facing famine-like conditions.
So how can aid agencies ease the crisis?
Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra
Neamin Zeleke – member of the Global Ethiopian Advocates Nexus
William Davison – Senior Ethiopia Analyst at International Crisis Group.
Jan Abbink – Professor of Politics and Governance in Africa at Leiden University.