West Africa At Risk of Desert Locust Invasion - FAO

The Food and Agriculture Organisation says "In the coming months, desert Locusts will continue breeding in Ethiopia, Kenya and Somalia. New swarms will form in June and migrate to Sudan through South Sudan and pose a risk to the Sahel in West Africa,"

Kipsing, near Oldonyiro, Isiolo county, Kenya - A swarm of Desert Locusts flies in the region. 


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