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World Vision Seeks $2 Billion for Food Aid For 25 Countries

  • About 15 of the world’s most affected nations are in Africa
  • Horn of Africa has the worst drought in at least four decades

World Vision Inc. is looking to raise $2 billion for 22 million people facing starvation in 25 high-risk nations across the world.

The humanitarian organization estimates it requires $109 million to address the Horn of Africa’s worst drought in at least four decades. About $35.1 million of this amount would be utilized in Kenya, East Africa’s largest economy, according to World Vision President and Chief Executive Officer Edgar Sandoval Sr.