Three stories from the frontlines of two global crises 

Il’laramatak Community Concerns helps households in Kenya become more climate resilient. Image: Il'laramatak Community Concerns (ICC)

Emma Illick-Frank


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Il’laramatak Community Concerns in Kenya has helped in the response to the COVID-19 pandemic in Africa. Image: Agnes Leina
Ministers commemorating Il'laramatak for their pandemic response. Image: Agnes Leina
Promoting sunflower farming helps to build climate resilience in Kenya. Image: Kithinji Don

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