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East Africa Faces Famine, Battling Hunger with Hope

Facing famine: Battling hunger with hope in East Africa


“We are dying; we are dying,” sing the women of Turkana, Kenya, with animal carcasses in hand. (©2017 World Vision/photo by Jon Warren)

East Africa faces a monster food crisis. If the world stands by, “people will simply starve to death,” says Stephen O’Brien, United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs. But in four countries where World Vision works, relief and development are forming an effective alliance in the war against hunger.

In East Africa, Peter and Samson hunt for squirrels and stones — squirrels to eat, and stones to mark their mother’s fresh grave. The boys are orphans. Their mother died of hunger in April, and their father was shot to death in a cattle raid near South Sudan.

“The drought has finished all the animals,” says Samson, 10. “Now it is killing people.” As they hunt, the boys collect stones to place gently on their mother’s grave as a sign of remembrance. “It makes it sacred,” says Peter.

In northern Kenya, 9-year-old Ejiem mourns his favorite sheep, Merireng, now rotting in the noonday sun. “He was beautiful,” he says. “When I found Merireng dead, I started crying. Of all the animals, he was the one I loved the most.” Merireng was more than a friend. He was one of 100 sheep and goats that nourished the family and served as income for trade. The drought killed them all. “When the goats die, we go hungry,” says Ejiem. “When they die, we have nothing.”

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