Why is the Horn of Africa Still Starving?
The drought emergency is a cyclical occurrence that is predictable and anticipated, but mitigation measures do not seem to be sufficient or are not working, writes Peter Warutere for the East African.
Even drought-resistant camels died in northern Kenya and southern Ethiopia and Somalia (file photo).
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