The world could be at risk of hunger and diseases in 2016 due to a rare weather condition known as El Nino, which depicts a rise in global temperature.

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The world could be at risk of hunger and diseases in 2016 due to a rare weather condition known as El Nino, which depicts a rise in global temperature.

 

The world could be at risk of hunger and diseases in 2016 due to a rare weather condition known as El Nino, which depicts a rise in global temperature.
Aid agencies warned that the adverse weather phenomenon could worsen droughts in some areas, while increasing flooding in others.
Africa is listed among areas that could feel the worst impact of El Nino, same as the Caribbean, Central and South America in the next six months.
The BBC reports that El Nino is a naturally occurring weather episode that sees the warm waters of the central Pacific expand eastwards towards North and South America.It was originally recognised by fishermen off the coast of South America in the 1600s with the appearance of unusually warm water in the Pacific Ocean.


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