Consecutive droughts spell disaster and hunger for Kenya in 2018
Millions are already in need of food aid and the situation is expected to worsen
Two consecutive years of failed rains have left 3.4 million Kenyans in need of food aid and 480,000 children requiring treatment for acute malnutrition. It’s the worst humanitarian crisis the country has faced since a major drought scorched the Horn of African region in 2011, and an emergency likely to persist well into 2018 and beyond.
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