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Right now, a huge crisis is unfolding. At least, 60 million people around the world are at risk of extreme food insecurity as El Niño, fuelled by climate change, is bringing droughts in some places and flooding in others.
In the run-up to #ParisAgreement signing, Ipaishe, a farmer from Zimbabwe, calls on world leaders to release the funds needed to help the poorest adapt to the consequences of climate change.
Sign the petition now and urge them to stop the hunger.