publication • Wednesday, March 21st 2018
Responding to Kenya's Hunger Crisis - February 2018
A lack of rain has led to crops failing over the course of the last year, causing a hunger crisis in parts of Kenya. As many as 2.5 million people do not have enough to eat.
World Vision is responding. In February 2018, the humanitarian response team provided:
- 229,000 people with food security and livelihood support
- 149,000 people with nutrition and health services
- 23,000 people with education and protection assistance
- 140,000 people with clean water, hygiene and sanitation
- 2,400 people with shelter materials and other non-food items
For more details on World Vision's response to the Kenya hunger crisis, please download our Situation report.