Kenya: Irrigation Repairs Prove Providential in Drought-Hit Turkana

Published on 31 August 2011

As people in other parts of northwestern Kenya's Turkana region queue for food aid to help them through the drought, Nangor Lobongia is among several thousand smallholder farmers who have been able to harvest a reasonable crop of sorghum and maize. (..) "The last three years were very difficult, and for the first time, my family had to depend on aid. I thank God that WFP helped us to rehabilitate our project and we can grow food again."

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