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Kenya: Number of Those Affected By Drought Rises to 2.7 Million

The number of people in need of relief assistance has risen from 1.3 million in August 2016 to 2.7 million following below.

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South Africa: Drought Continues Despite Good Rains

  While there have been good rains, the country is still firmly in a drought situation – and has not recovered enough.

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Rising Kenyan Tea, Coffee Export Prices To Ease Drought Impact

Rising prices for Kenyan tea and coffee exports will help offset the impact from a drought that has been hurting the East.

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Drought: EU Pledges Continuous Support for Malawi

By Lameck Masina The European Union has pledged its continued support towards vulnerable communities facing food shortages in Malawi. An EU commissioner.

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Namibia: China Supports Relief Programmes for Drought-Hit Communities

The Chinese Embassy in Namibia on Tuesday donated U.S $ 44, 000 to the Namibia National Disaster Emergency fund. At an event.

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Zimbabwean Scientists Unveil Maize Seeds Resistant to Heat, Drought

  By Sebastian Mhofu Scientists in Zimbabwe say they have developed new heat- and drought-tolerant varieties of maize that may be ready.

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Kenya: Cry for Help as Drought Hits Region

By Abdimalik Hajir A humanitarian crisis is looming in Garissa County following a severe drought that has affected thousands of pastoralist families..

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Zambia: How Drought Conditions Push up Food Prices

By Danstan Kaunda Lower harvests of maize, wheat and sugarcane as a result of severe weather in the region are pushing up.

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Africa Needs Partner to Battle Drought

Experts at the Africa Drought Conference that concluded last week in Windhoek said that China has a lot to offer for Africa’s.

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Namibia: Drought A Risk, Not Disaster- Prime Minister

By Matthew Dlamini Namibian Deputy Prime Minister Netumbo Nandi-Ndaitwah says droughts should not be seen as a disaster, but rather a risk.

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