Namibia’s Worst Drought in 30 Years

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  • How Many People Are in Danger?
  • Malnutrition Rates Rising
  •  Which Areas Are at Higher Risk?
  • International Response
  • How Are the Funds Allocated?
  • What You Can Do to Help
  • Namibia’s Worst Drought in 30 Years
  • Below Average Rainy Season
  • State of Emergency
  • How Does Drought Affect an Agriculture Society?

 Which Areas Are at Higher Risk?

The regions of Kunene, Ohangwena, Omusati, Erongo, Khmoas and Kavango in the North were hit the hardest, with little to no rainfall in two consecutive years. There have been a total of 46 deaths as a result of malnutrition reported since January 2013.

 (Photo: Jerome Delay/AP Photo)

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