In recent years in Kenya, the delay in rains has become a norm. (Photo/IHH/Flickr).

With 2.6 Million Facing Crisis Levels Of Food Insecurity, Why Kenya’s Seasonal Rains Keep Failing And What Needs To Be Done

The change in rainfall patterns has a huge impact on Kenya because 98% of the countrys agriculture is rain-fed. Agriculture also accounts for 70% of the workforce and about 25% of the annual GDP.


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Aerial view of Bargny, Senegal. Inhabitants say in the last couple of decades, the water eroded more than 200 meters of coast. (Photo/Vincent Tremeau/World Bank).

West Africa’s Coast Is Losing Over $3.8 Billion A Year To Erosion, Flooding And Pollution

West Africas coastal areas host about one third of the regions population and generate 56% of its GDP.


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Child malnutrition in Africa is a striking story about inequality. (Photo/Megan Trace/Flickr)

Inequality And Child Hunger: Angola, Rwanda, Ethiopia Make Progress, But Full Stomachs Still Belong To The Richer

Stunting rates range between 10% in prosperous areas of southern Nigeria to over 50% in parts of the north.