Namibia’s Worst Drought in 30 Years

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  • State of Emergency
  • How Does Drought Affect an Agriculture Society?
  • 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

How Many People Are in Danger?

Namibia has a population of roughly 2.3 million and according to a UNICEF Drought Report 778,000 people are in need of food assistance. In addition, 109,000 children under the age of five are at risk for malnutrition.

(APhoto: Jordi Matas-UNICEF/AP Photo)

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