How young people in Kenya are helping to tackle drought

The number of Kenyans facing hunger and starvation due to drought has risen to 4.1 million. Image: Unsplash/Tucker Tangeman

Kagondu Njagi

Contributor, Thomson Reuters Foundation


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Kenya is suffering one of its worst droughts in decades. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Kagondu Njagi.

The warning bulletins focus on a variety of threats in the region, including risks of malnutrition and respiratory illness during prolonged droughts. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Kagondu Njagi.


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