East Africa Hit by Severe Food CrisisAn estimated 10 million people across East Africa are facing a severe food crisis following a prolonged drought in the region, the United Nations says.
A dry water pan in Bondo, Nyanza Province, Kenya.
East Africa: Severe Food Crisis Hits Region
UNIRIN, 28 June 2011
Eastern Africa is experiencing what has been described as the "most severe food crisis in the world today", with at least 10 million people affected in Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya,… Read more »
East Africa: Ten Million Face Food Crisis in Drought
UN News, 28 June 2011
An estimated 10 million people across the Horn of Africa are facing a severe food crisis following a prolonged drought in the region, with child malnutrition rates in some areas… Read more »
Nation, 28 June 2011
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