Monday, 15 Aug 2011

Starvation and relief aid in the headlines

By Hazel Wangari, Internews in Kenya.

The devastating drought in the Horn of Africa has been a top media story the past two weeks.The response by Kenyans has been overwhelming and humbling with contributions majorly via mobile money transfers going into the hundreds of millions.

Internews intern Hazel Wangare was moved to put together this visual story about the anguish for the people who live where the effects of climate change are real.

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