Humanitarian

Wednesday 28 March 2018

Empowering health workers to save lives…Baby Farhiya’s story

Baby Farhiya with her mother

The current drought affecting counties across Kenya is getting worse and children like Farhiya have not been spared. Farhiya and her family live in Lagbogol settlement in Wajir County, northern Kenya. The residents rely on Lagbogol dispensary for all their medical needs as it is the only health facility in the area

Wednesday 28 March 2018

Helping Children Survive the Deadly Impact Of Drought

Monday 21 August 2017

Severe malnutrition rates shoot up across Kenya, leaving more than 70,000 children at risk of death

 PRESS RELEASE

New survey reveals alarming malnutrition rates in Turkana, East Pokot, Mandera, Samburu, and West Pokot **Photos and case studies from Turkana county available here  

Saturday 13 May 2017

Reaching malnourished children in Kenya...Ikimat's story

By Olivia Watson

Baby Ikimat now recovering at home

Saturday 13 May 2017

"I had almost given up," says Hanifa, one of 27million Kenyans affected by the drought

By Edward Ahonobadha

Hanifa* is a mother of four. Her youngest daughter, one year old Barika* was severely malnourished when Save the Children first met her in February 2017. Hanifa’s family has been badly affected by the drought in the north of Kenya, in Mandera County. Without rainfall, the family’s livestock began to die off and the remaining goats no longer produced milk due to lack of pasture. This is affected the family’s income and getting food for the family became increasingly difficult.

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