It is partly our fault

The United Nations have reported that the Horn of Africa and nearby regions are suffering their worst drought for sixty years. The effects of today’s drought are much worse than that of previous droughts because many more people now live in this region, some of which is ravaged by war. Ethiopia and Somalia are in real a state of emergency and parts of Kenya and the Sudan are in crisis. Altogether it is estimated by the United Nations that nine million people are in peril. Continue reading