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Drought in East Africa Means 10 Million People Need Urgent Aid

Camels weak from lack of sustenance stand behind a salt water well as they migrate to find food near Mochesa in Wajir county in Nairobi, Kenya on Dec. 9, 2021.

Camels weak from lack of sustenance stand behind a salt water well as they migrate to find food near Mochesa in Wajir county in Nairobi, Kenya on Dec. 9, 2021.

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Millions of people in Kenya, Ethiopia and Somalia are in dire need of humanitarian assistance thanks to a drought that’s killed hundreds of thousands of cattle and damaged crops. 

As many as 10 million people are affected and delayed rains will further worsen the situation, according to authorities.