East Africa crisis could have been prevented with early action

Guardian: Images of people arriving at refugee camps in east Africa this week have brought home the stark reality of the impact of drought in the region. Many have walked for days or weeks to get to the camps, carrying children and a few possessions. In some cases, older people have been brought in wheelbarrows or in makeshift carts. Those arriving at camps like Dadaab in northern Kenya, now home to nearly 400,000, are the "lucky ones", still in need of additional support and food, but finally protected......

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