Friday, July 29, 2011

food supplies run out.

The crisis in the Horn of Africa continues to worsen as food supplies run out. Children are dying because of a lack of food and clean water.
In parts of Northern Kenya, 37% of children are suffering from acute malnutrition, far above the 15% World Health Organisation’s threshold for an emergency situation.

This year, the area’s rainfall average was less than one-third of the average from the last 15 years. In Kenya, water is so scarce that families are walking up to 15 kilometres to find water sources. Combined with a 60 per cent increase in the price of maize it means that families are on the move in search of food. The effect of the ongoing drought is expected to get worse.

It a vital thing that we as the world start to do something, we have therefore started a cause and we are looking for people who can donate 20$ per month to help bring into a halt this big problem that is facing East Africa. You are open to click our donate link and give any amount which will be appreciated for, if you can also sponsor a kid you are welcome to do so since we have many kids that cant afford education because of their family financial background.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Dire need

Major droughts are impacting 3.3 millions people in Kenya. Included in this number are 1.5 million children, in danger of starvation due to resulting food shortages. The situation is dire. People are eating wild roots and many are showing signs of severe emaciation.
kids are missing school and will continue to miss until something is done. some will even miss their final exams, God have mercy.

Monday, July 18, 2011

Hunger Bites

Kenya is experiencing one of the worst droughts in recent years. Northern Kenya is particularly affected and the government has declared the drought in this region a national disaster. The poor March to May 2011 long rains, coming successively after the failed October to December 2010, have greatly undermined the food security situation in the country. Up to 3.5 million people are affected by the drought and their plight has been worsened by high food prices resulting from both local and global factors.

And kids are suffering since this issue is affecting every one and mostly those that are less fortunate