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7 Ways the U.S. Can Fight Drought in Africa

World  (tags: world, Africa, drought, Refugees&Relief )

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The UN has reported that an average of 1,300 Somali refugees have arrived in Kenya's Dadaab refugee camp each day since June 19. The camp is the largest in the world, with approximately 400,000 inhabitants and the awful potential to grow ever larger.

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Simone D. (1485)
Friday July 29, 2011, 11:44 pm

Thank you Kit!

Jae A. (320)
Saturday July 30, 2011, 7:53 am
They could lay off the airial spraying/ 'comtrails' for starters.

Kit H. (172)
Sunday July 31, 2011, 7:35 am
Oxfam rushes aid to drought-stricken East Africa

With emergency food distributions, supplementary feeding for children, seeds and tools for planting new crops, veterinary care for livestock, and clean water and sanitation for people who have migrated to crowded camps, Oxfam is working to save lives and ease the suffering in Somalia, Kenya, and Ethiopia. But we need your help.

Famine in Somalia: Causes and solutions

Blog from Kenya: Memories of rain

Ana R (201)
Sunday July 31, 2011, 8:59 am
noted with thanks

Dandelion G. (386)
Sunday July 31, 2011, 6:54 pm
I had put on a video that showed that if a tiny amount was taken from the Defense budget of an overbloated budget at that, then all the hungry in the entire world could be fed. Which makes this situation all the more tragic is that these people don't have to die.

If anyone would care to view the short video the link is below.

Peter B. (54)
Tuesday August 9, 2011, 1:24 pm
noted and shared thankyou Kit

Nancy C. (810)
Friday August 19, 2011, 5:35 pm
where's the compassion?
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