They report, in graphic detail, on the systematic destruction of farms and factories across the Tigray region, targeting civilians directly, far beyond what Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed has called a “law enforcement” operation against the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) regional government last November.
If the current offensive continues, led by Ethiopian federal troops and Eritrean forces against the remnants of the ousted TPLF, at least 4.5 million people will face deadly shortages of food, medicine and water, Alex de Waal, executive director of the WPF tells The Africa Report.
LISTEN Famine in Tigray: ‘I have never documented anything as relentless & systematic as what we’re seeing
“Over the next six weeks to two months, it’s essential that the majority of the Tigrayan people who are small holder farmers are able to cultivate, because the rains come in June and in the month or
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