At least 26 million people are struggling for food following consecutive poor rainfall seasons in the Horn of Africa.
Drought conditions in northern Kenya, much of Somalia and southern Ethiopia are predicted to persist until at least mid-2022, putting lives at risk.
The situation is already so bad that wild animals are dying in their hundreds and herders are reporting losses of up to 70% of their livestock.
The BBC’s senior Africa correspondent Anne Soy reports from Wajir in northern Kenya.
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