The collapse of Zimbabwe's health sector, once the envy of many African countries, has quickly spread the country's internal crisis to neighboring countries.
Church and community centers have been providing refuge for tens of thousands fleeing recent anti-immigrant violence.
Police, Army begin joint operations in Johannesburg in try to quell the attacks, which have left 42 dead.
African immigrants may soon be forced to fight back against attacks by South African mobs.
From Kenya to Cambodia, the World Food Program's offices are struggling to meet their budgets in the face of price increases, sometimes having to suspend vital programs.