Kenya: Tana River Villagers Hungry

Published on allAfrica, by Stephen Astariko, September 14, 2011.

Residents of Mulanjo in Tana North district yesterday received relief food worth Sh3 million from the Lions Club of Kenya as many organizations continued to respond towards the drought. More than 530 families received the donations consisting of rice, maize meal, wheat flour, sugar and tea leaves that will keep the families for duration of three weeks … (full text).

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