How peanut paste is saving kids’ lives in South Sudan
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The peanut paste saving kids' lives in South Sudan

5 April 2017 Last updated at 07:45 BST

There's been a famine in the world's newest country, South Sudan, since February this year.

Many children are severely malnourished, meaning they are not getting the food and vitamins they need to be healthy.

But now a special paste, made from peanuts, oil and milk, is being used to help save childrens' lives there.

Watch BBC reporter Anna Foster's report to find out how it works.