Kenya: Rankin: It’s time to fix the world’s broken food system

Guardian: Earlier this year I travelled to Turkana in Kenya for a photo shoot. I was there to capture images of the "broken food system" for Oxfam and through my experiences I also captured the reality of what it's like to be living without food security. When hungry locals, some of whom had not eaten for two, three, sometimes even four days were asked what they needed, not one person asked for food or aid. Instead they suggested: "What we need is to be able to have rain." There has been a drought since......

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