Millions of children are starving in Africa.
Terrible droughts, floods and poverty often cause a crisis in African countries and people don't have enough to eat.
- It's estimated that around 30 million Africans are facing famine in 2003.
- Millions of children live on one meal a day, and many of them are forced to eat grass seeds and roots.
- The countries hit by the worst famines are Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Angola and Ethiopia.