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Solving El-Niño; World leaders to meet for Paris Climate Conference

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An estimated 11 million children are at risk from hunger, disease and lack of water in eastern and southern Africa as a result of strengthening rains and drought conditions attributed to the El Nino climate phenomenon. According to UNICEF spokesperson Christophe Boulierac, besides the immediate risks of death and injury, El Nino will also have a severe impact on children's physical health. He noted that El Nino can lead to significant increases in diseases such as malaria, dengue fever, diarrhoea and cholera, which are major killers of children. Some of the countries most affected by El Nino include Somalia, Ethiopia, Indonesia, Pacific nations, Central America, Peru and Ecuador. South Africa too is experiencing extreme weather conditions - in the form of a drought. CCTV's Angelo Coppolla has more on that

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