Despite its potential to feed the world, Africa still unable to feed itself

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UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) says that an extended, multi-season drought is driving acute food insecurity in the region FAO said that 12 to 14 million people are now at risk as crops continue to wither and animals weaken Resource-based conflicts are escalating as competition for water and pasturelands increases, and malnutrition rates are

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Wanjiku Njuguna is a Kenyan-based business reporter with experience of more than eight years.

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